Personalised Gumleaf Australian Hardwood Serving Board
Crafted in our studio in country NSW, from sustainably sourced Australian hardwood, this stylish Gumleaf serving board is a quintessentially Australian way to serve your cheese, crackers and other fine fare. Its sleek design is enhanced by the tactile nature of this beautiful timber, which has been carefully finished by hand. With the added inclusion of personalisation, this piece becomes a truly memorable, one-of-a-kind gift. To personalise the board, simply enter your engraving into the box provided. You may select up to 16 characters, including spaces, to be engraved onto the handle as you would like it to appear (in upper and lower case).
- Dimensions: approx length 478mm x width 115mm x depth 19mm
- Weight: approx 900g
- Material composition: Australian hardwood
- Each board is unique due to the natural variations in the timber.
- Complimentary gift wrap and card included.
- Care instructions: Wipe with warm, soapy water and periodically re-apply mineral oil.
- Country of manufacture: Tenterfield, NSW, Australia
- Made to order within 5 business days
Manual Arts DEpt. is an independent Australian designer/maker duo, David Bunic and Carol Jackson, whose philosophy is to create well-resolved, finely crafted timber wares and unique gift ideas that are original in design and made to endure. Each item is made to order in their studio based in Tenterfield, in northern NSW. Australian hardwood timbers are sourced locally, providing stunning, sustainably sourced materials with which to craft each design. The select range of personalised products – perfect for wedding, anniversary or housewarming gifts – comprises thoughtfully designed, contemporary keepsakes and authentic lifestyle products that celebrate the true character of timber. In bringing their creations to life, Carol and David utilise a combination of technology-driven and traditional woodworking techniques. It is thrilling for them to witness the transformation of every item from start to painstaking finish, whereby they hand-sculpt each piece to reach the organic, tactile and artisan result of which they are so proud.