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Bar Cutting Board Bar Cutting Board

Bar Cutting Board

Made in the USA

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  • Made in the USA: Portland, ME
  • Materials: Pewter, birch cutting board
  • Care: Designed to patina slowly over time. If desired, apply and rub a mild detergent on pewter surface, rinse, and gently wipe dry with a soft cloth. Packaged with care instructions
  • Tarnish-free and long-lasting
  • High-quality, one-of-a-kind craftsmanship
  • Due to made-to-order nature, product is non-returnable
  • Please provide us with as much information as possible—city/state at minimum, and an address as applicable
  • You may describe landmarks or additional info in the location notes field
  • Please provide your email for the design proof
  • A proof of your image is sent within 2 business days. You will receive an email notification letting you know your proof is ready to view. The image will be sent as a PDF file with the cutting template placed on your image. You may either approve the proof, at which time the piece will go into production, or return the proof with comments for corrections
  • Dimensions: 6" x 9" x 1"
  • Weight: 1.8 lbs
Made in the USA

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Due to the custom nature of this product, returns are not accepted.

This customizable birch cutting board is Made in the USA and features a pewter bezel.

CHART Metalworks

With handcrafted, nautical map jewelry and accessories, chart not just the depths of water, and the heights of land, but special places and times in your life. Married on Nantucket? A one of a kind CHART Metalworks’ pendant of the Sound and harbor will keep memories of that day close to your heart. These customizable pieces are set in pewter and covered in clear, durable resin.

Back in 2006, CHART’s founder, Charlotte Leavitt was making jewelry in coastal Maine. She loved the work, but was frustrated by an inability to differentiate from a crowded field. Intent on setting a new course, this avid sailor found nautical charts would plot her way. Today she crafts her wares in the working waterfront of Portland.

Virtually any landmark in the world can be used. In fact, over 130 global locations have been commissioned thus far.

Keeping the world preserved for more precious moments, CHART Metalworks uses acid-free paper and recycles materials, including toner cartridges and metal scraps.
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