Monogrammed End-Grain Boards

Samuel Morse’s code helped people connect and started conversations.

Dinner should do the same thing.

Monogrammed.

Made of solid walnut and maple.

About 15″ by 19″, 2″ thick.

Weighs 14lbs.

Handmade in Gowanus, Brooklyn.

Buy kitchen furniture that will last a lifetime.

$350

The narrow stripes are dots, the wide stripes are dashes. Narrow spaces separate dots and dashes, and wide spaces separate letters. At the bottom, the dots and dashes are more distinctive.

Read more about how they are monogrammed here.

Read more about Morse’s code and why I love it here.

The boards are handmade from about 400 pieces of wood. With end-grain boards you cut into the end of the board, rather than across the wood fibers.  It’s like chopping into the end of a very tightly bound paintbrush. This is better for your knives, faster for chopping, and the board doesn’t show marks or chip as readily. Studies show wood is as safe, if not safer, than plastic.

Some Key Features:

  • 19″ x 15″ x 2″ (varies slightly depending on monogram)
  • Finished with my own blend of mineral oil, beeswax, orange oil, and anise oil
  • Tagged and numbered
  • Will last a lifetime
  • Free NYC delivery

Here’s the complete list of features and options.

Send me an email to order and for more information.

Read posts about GFC Cutting boards here and see more boards here.


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