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Project by Pierrouf posted 10-11-2013 07:43 AM 2048 views 9 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I still had to complete two projects that I kept in a corner of the studio for the past few months : Two cutting boards end grain .
The first is a mixture of four types of wood : Oak , Walnut , Cherry and Pine Finnish . The second is only in Finnish pine.

I tested a new finish on these two boards , a first layer of fondur that can clog the pores of the wood and make it more resistant to water (usually no more water enters ) and three layers of one of the few oil finish noted ” suitable for food contact ” (basically you can lick and bite without the risk of catching buttons).
This is one of the few labeled ” suitable for food contact ” oils sold in Europe . This oil provides more extra finish !

Both boards are composed of four species that I love :
- Walnut by its dark side and its purple hues.
- Oak by smelling it when it works and the complexity of its fibers.
- The Finnish pine contrasts and streaked appearance.
- And finally the cherry in multiple colors , reminiscent of the fireplace .

The first board is composed of four species. It measures 32 cm x 30 cm x 2.4 cm.
The second measure 29 cm x 18 cm x 2.5 cm. This size is ideal when food destined to be thrown in a pan cut. Compact and extremely robust

In this series of pictures is still missing two oil finish coats.

find all my creations and my shop on my blog : http://marna-workshop.blogspot.fr/

-- Pierrouf, France : http://marna-workshop.blogspot.fr/





12 comments so far

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Gintaras

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#1 posted 10-11-2013 10:07 AM

nice nice nice…

-- Gintaras, http://www.woodatelier.com

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#2 posted 10-11-2013 10:21 AM

All of the boards look wonderful. My personal favorite is the Pine.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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dpwalker

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#3 posted 10-11-2013 12:06 PM

Nice! I like the abstract look of the pine.

-- You have not really lived until you do something for someone who can never repay you.

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GerardoArg1

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#4 posted 10-11-2013 01:20 PM

Nice job. Great choise of grain.

-- Disfruta tu trabajo (enjoy your work) (Bandera, Argentina)

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#5 posted 10-11-2013 03:14 PM

i love contrasting colors that work well together.

-- Kevin H. --Pennsylvania

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#6 posted 10-11-2013 05:06 PM

Very cool! How dense is Finnish pine? Most of the pine available in Florida is too soft for cutting boards, or so I’m told.

-- Tom

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#7 posted 10-11-2013 05:06 PM

Nice work! How well does the pine hold up with knives? The grains look amazing!

-- Just remember... Keep your stick on the ice! - Red Green

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#8 posted 10-11-2013 05:42 PM

The pine looks very cool, how does it hold up?

-- We all should push ourselves to learn new skills.

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#9 posted 10-11-2013 08:54 PM

Excellent choice of woods! The pattern has a great effective appearance. Those boards are nice and gorgeous!

-- "someone has to be wounded for others to be saved, someone has to sacrifice for others to feel happiness, someone has to die so others could live"

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#10 posted 10-11-2013 11:58 PM

Now those boards look just great.

-- Thor and Odin are still the greatest of Gods.

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Pierrouf

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#11 posted 10-14-2013 06:43 AM

Thank you for your messages!
This pine is relatively easy to hold up.

-- Pierrouf, France : http://marna-workshop.blogspot.fr/

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#12 posted 10-14-2013 03:47 PM

They both look great. Like the attractive wood colors and cool design. The great finish really made the pretty grains pop.

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