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Little Ledge Woodworks

Round Olive Wood Cue Ball Cutting Board

Round Olive Wood Cue Ball Cutting Board

Regular price $55.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $55.00 USD
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We present to you Little Ledge Woodwork's Olive Wood Round "Cue Ball" Cutting Boards. This proprietary design from Little Ledge Woodworks is equally at home on your countertop, showcasing the art of slicing and dicing, adorning your table with a tantalizing charcuterie spread, or resting elegantly on your wall, ready to embrace its next culinary adventure.

This Olive Wood Cue Ball Cutting Board is more than a kitchen tool; it's a symbol of love for home, and a work of art that celebrates life's simple beauty. These beautiful cutting boards are handcrafted out of one solid piece of highly figured olive wood. 

Place it on your countertop, share it with friends over a charcuterie feast, or let it grace your wall as a testament to your love for the craft of everyday living. Whichever way you choose, let it inspire your love for home.

SMALLER CUE BALL: 9" length with an approximate 8¼" diameter. ½" thickness.
LARGER CUE BALL: 11" length with an approximate 10" diameter. ¾" thickness
Because these pieces are handmade, please allow for a ½" tolerance from the description size. All boards are branded with Little Ledge Woodworks on the backside.
NOTE: Images depict both the small cue ball size and its larger sister with the live edge.

Grain Pattern
The pictures shown in this listing are examples; each board will have its own unique grain pattern. All existing voids within the piece of olive wood are filled with food-safe resin to help prevent further stress or expansion. This detail adds to the unique aesthetic of each board and highlights the wood's natural figuring. Wood movement is unpredictable, we are not responsible for any warping, cracking, or stress that may occur after initial use. 

Olive wood, food-safe mineral oil, vegan cutting board wax (walnut oil & carnauba wax).

Please follow the maintenance recommendations at the bottom of the page to help sustain the longevity of your cutting board.

Shipping & Returns

Due to the handmade nature of our product, all purchases are final sale.

Also, please note that if you order a mix of preorder and in-stock items, your items will be shipped once all pieces are ready unless otherwise specified.

We're happy to provide free local delivery to non-PO Box locations within 15 miles of 03902.

Care Instructions

Always hand wash both sides of your cutting board with warm-to-hot, soapy water, and rinse well. Do not submerge your cutting board in water. Never place your cutting board in the dishwasher. After washing, wipe it dry and leave standing on its edge to allow ample air circulation through the board.

Routine care of your wooden cutting board is key to maintaining its beauty and increasing longevity. For best results, we recommend you condition your cutting board with a cutting-board-specific oil weekly for the first month. Your home has a unique climate and humidity level; oiling the board helps your cutting board adjust to its new environment. After the first month, you likely only need to condition the board monthly or on an as-needed basis. You’ll know the board is due for oiling if it starts to appear dull, patchy, or feels rough.

Oiling Instructions
Only apply oil when the board is clean and 100% dry; never apply oil when the board is wet or damp. Spread a generous layer to all sides of the board: front, back, top, bottom, and both sides, including the finger grips. Pay particular attention to massaging the oil into any visibly dry spots. Once the oil has had enough time to soak in, if needed, apply an additional layer of oil to any still-visibly dry areas. Lightly wipe off the excess oil with a dry cloth or paper towel, and your cutting board is ready to get back to work!

Additional Don'ts
Do not place hot pots and pans on the cutting board. Do not use vegetable oils such as canola, olive, coconut, or grapeseed oil to condition your board. Instead, always use food-safe oil specially designed for cutting boards, such as Walrus Oil or food-safe mineral oil.

Optional Wax
Applying a food-grade wax after oiling further aids in retaining the cutting board’s moisture and extending the time between conditioning. Spread the wax onto all surfaces of the cutting board, similar to when you applied the oil. Gloved fingers work great. Buff out excess wax with a cloth and leave the cutting board to cure overnight, sitting on one of its edges for maximum airflow.

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