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Eye of the Needle Serving Tray

$275.00
HANDMADE IN CANADA

A beautiful serving board made from reclaimed wood and stained without the use of any chemicals—it’s time to elevate your charcuterie game.

Color: Blackened Oak

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Story

Crafted using upcycled oak wood and completed with a 5-step finishing process, these serving boards get their unique stained-black colour when the wood’s natural tannins react with a simple application of iron oxide. Beautifully aged wood reinvented into a handcrafted heirloom piece that’s ready to start new traditions with.

North Vancouver-based designer Alexis Dodd is the creative force behind Steelwood Design. Working with her father in their family studio they craft each piece together by hand using woodworking skills that clearly run in the family. Their goal is to create functional art for the home kitchen all while emphasizing the importance of sustainable, local design.  

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS: 9.5” (w), 26" (l) 1" (d), 1.7 kg
  • MATERIALS: 100% Upcycled blackened oak
  • ORIGIN: Canada
  • Please note, each board is handmade using upcycled, restored wood; therefore, the grain may differ from piece to piece.
Product Care

Wipe down with a damp cloth; dry immediately. Use mineral oil to bring a tired board back to life. Never soak or put in the dishwasher.

MEET THE ARTISAN

Vancouver, British Columbia

Steelwood Design

North Vancouver-based designer Alexis Dodd is the creative force behind Steelwood Design. Working with her father in their family studio they craft each piece together by hand using woodworking skills that clearly run in the family. Their goal is to create functional art for the home kitchen all while emphasizing the importance of sustainable, local design.

Whether it comes from the cabinets of a home that spent decades filled with love, or from a table gifted to a soldier and his wife as they began a new life after the war, each piece of reclaimed wood that Alexis uses has a story to tell. In the Japanese tradition of Wabi Sabi, the artisans believe that in retaining the blemishes and not hiding them but celebrating them, a new chapter begins for the repurposed wood. The chapter of you – and your family and friends.