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Beautiful custom bloodwood and walnut inlay cutting board

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Blog entry by newagewoodworks posted 924 days ago 2095 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This cutting board is constructed out of reclaimed blood wood and red oak with a walnut border and walnut diamond inlay.
This is beautiful bloodwood that darkens over time. To me this is more of a showcase piece to add an extra touch to any kitchen than an everyday use board, but with a few coats of wax and mineral oil it would do just fine.
Tell me what you think!!

NewAgeWoodWorks



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adaughhetee

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#1 posted 923 days ago

Nice board! Where did you manage to find blood wood to reclaim? Also what method did you use to do the inlay?

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newagewoodworks

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#2 posted 923 days ago

I found it lying in the back of our shop waiting to be used, I only found a small amount so I figured I would make something small yet beautiful. For the inlay I made a jig layed out in the same pattern 2 3/8” (for my router) bigger than the shape I wanted to make and routed the edges and cut the rest out freehand. then cut out the walnut diamond and glued and clamped it for a tight fit.

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adaughhetee

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#3 posted 923 days ago

Ok, I thought maybe you had stumbled upon some super special pallets or shipping crates. I do like your design and have been thinking of incorporating inlay in to some of my own cutting boards.Thanks for the tips.

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Paul Stoops

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#4 posted 920 days ago

Beautiful board! I don’t recall ever having seen bloodwood with that kind of color. Could it possibly be padauk? Very nicely done!

-- Paul, Auburn, WA

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