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Exotic Wood Species Charcuterie Boards | Wedding Platter | Meat & Cheese Boards | Exotic Serving Board

Exotic Wood Species Charcuterie Boards | Wedding Platter | Meat & Cheese Boards | Exotic Serving Board

Regular price $129.95 USD
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These Charcuterie Boards are made from exotic wood species from around the world, with its natural color (No Stain) makes these boards a beauty. The finished products are oiled with a food safe mineral oil ( Seasoned 3 times ), then applied with beeswax conditioner (safe for food contact).

Perfect for weddings, parties, house warming or a gift for that special person.

Size of the boards are L23.5" X W11.5" X 5/8 Thick. Comes with 4 rubber feet installed. Handles are optional.

Get to know a brief summary of these amazing wood species and their value.

Bocote -
Cordia is a genus of flowering plants in the borage family, Boraginaceae. It contains about 300 species of shrubs and trees, that are found worldwide, mostly in warmer regions. Many of the species are commonly called manjack, while bocote may refer to several Central American species in Spanish. Bocote is an exotic wood native to Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies.

Zebrawood -
The name zebrawood is used to describe several tree species and the wood derived from them. Zebrawood is characterized by a striped figure that is reminiscent of a zebra. The name originally applied to the wood of Astronium graveolens,[citation needed] a large tree native to Central America. In the 20th century, the most important source of zebrawood was Microberlinia brazzavillensis, also called zebrano,[citation needed] a tree native to Central Africa. Other sources include Brazilian Astronium fraxinifolium, African Brachystegia spiciformis,[dubious – discuss] Pacific Guettarda speciosa,[dubious – discuss] and Asian Pistacia integerrima.

African Padauk -
Pterocarpus soyauxii, the African padauk or African coralwood, is a species of Pterocarpus in the family Fabaceae, native to central and tropical west Africa, from Nigeria east to Congo-Kinshasa and south to Angola. The leaves are edible, and contain large amounts of vitamin C; they are eaten as a leaf vegetable. Bark extracts are used in herbal medicine to treat skin parasites and fungal infections. The wood is valuable, it is very durable, red at first, becoming purplish-brown on exposure to light.


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