ou may be familiar with Kintsugi—the Japanese art of mending broken pottery with gold. Kintsugi translates to something close to "more beautiful for being broken."
The same thing exists for woodworking—saving wood pieces that might otherwise crack and splinter away—called Arikata. That translates to "The way something ought to be."
Low-waste. Beautifully designed by nature and mended by people. One of a kind. The way handmade ought to be.
And it's the way entertaining, parties, and even a shared appetizer on the loveseat with your honey ought to be. Serve up food made with love and enjoy each other as one-of-a-kinds. Irreplaceables. Judgment-free.
That means when you order one of these babies, you get a special-snowflake, meant-to-find-you board. (The images are just examples we've made.) Kismet. Serendipity. All yours. The way it ought to be.
Wood: Walnut, Maple, Hickory or Oak. (see second image)
Pattern: Cross or Bowtie
Small 11-15" in length
Medium 16-19" in length
Large 20-23" in length
X-Large 24-30" in length