All of the walnut used in our current charcuterie boards are urban salvage, trees taken down and reclaimed due to land development in Anna, Texas. The wood was slabbed and kiln-dried by a local sawyer with whom The Boardsmith has a good relationship.
Walnut is a dense hardwood, long prized as one of the most desirable woods in furniture making and cabinetry. Most commercially available walnut is steamed, resulting in a somewhat washed out, if consistent, color scheme. In the case of this reclaimed walnut, the lumber has been kiln dried without steaming. As a result, all the natural beauty of the wood is intact, and there is often strong color contrast between the cream colored sapwood and the chocolate colored heartwood.
This nice long size makes for the perfect walnut wood charcuterie board or perfect gift!
We can also add engraving for a small fee. If you want engraving, send us a note at check out and we will contact you.
*Photos are for demonstration only. Your walnut charcuterie board will look unique due to the variations in natural wood
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I ordered this, but it is as beautiful as the photos. Super high-quality, very impressed. Almost too pretty to use but it will definitely make a beautiful cheeseboard. Highly recommend.
Fun to look at and an addition to our kitchen I had Geppeto Woodwork of Vancouver,WA make various woodworking projects for many years and did not think anyone could match the work. Boardsmith company is on the same page. We have handmade knives from Damascus, Japan, and Germany that need to be protected from damage. Boardsmith is the only way.
The board we received is absolutely stunning, definitely would recommend!