Mahogany End grain cutting boards

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Project by childress posted 2166 days ago 3364 views 3 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here you see three different mahogany boards.
1st is 10×14x1&3/8 — it’s small but the grain design is one of my favorites. I’m not sure how both the ends ended up looking like this, I wasn’t trying to do this.

2nd is 12×18x1&5/8 — it’s my most recent mahogany one. I’m really bummed on the oil mark. I applied the oil and the next day, this is what I got. I have been putting coat after coat trying to get rid of this, hopefully it will mix in

3rd is 13×19x2&1/2 —I made this one for my chef friend. He actually gave me the wood for it and much more!

-- Childress Woodworks

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#1 posted 2166 days ago

sweet job on all of them : )

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#2 posted 2166 days ago

Really like the endgrain pattern on them. Very nice

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#3 posted 2165 days ago

Wow, quite stunning. Well done!

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#4 posted 2165 days ago

All three look great. Nice designs on each one. I really like the fish in the center one. I assume you used stain to give it a darker apperance.

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#5 posted 2165 days ago

No, no stain on cutting boards. It’s all natural finish, I actually squirted the mineral oil directly on the board, wasn’t trying to make a design. The oil stain didn’t even appear until the next day, I still haven’t gotten rid of it completely yet….looks like this board will have to be for personal use :)

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#6 posted 1110 days ago

wow. Beautiful patterns. Heartbreaking to have it make an unintended fish pattern. That one is my favorite, incredible work!! I’ll learn vicariously about the oiling. Thanks for your input on my project.

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