Go ahead and examine them closely. Customers (and other woodworkers) often ask us how we create the 1/32" maple "outline" around our walnut corner splines in our walnut and cherry serving trays. Well, it requires an intense amount of accuracy and patience. It's a lot of work, but we feel that it's beauty is worth the effort.
Fine American Hardwoods
We offer our wooden serving trays in four American hardwoods; walnut, maple, cherry, and red oak. Strong and attractive, the corner joints of our serving trays are glued, then reinforced with Peruvian walnut splines.
Comfortable and light
We don't use any exotic, tropical hardwoods and we don't feature any elaborate inlays. Our boards are simply made of three wonderful, closed-grain, American hardwoods; hard maple (white), walnut (brown), and cherry (red). We also offer our handled cutting board in all hard maple. They all have the same color pattern as the included picture. They are finished with salad bowl oil and we use waterproof glue.