Small breakfast boards… with handles…

An order from a local bakery and cafe… they use a wood fire to bake… and wanted small boards with handles to serve their breakfasts in hot pans.IMG_2568
Over all size is 300mm by 150mm [12×6 inches] with the handle being 100 mm [4in] made from New Guinea Rosewood. I marked the handle with a slight inward slant and cut it on the bandsaw..IMG_2565
A small hole will facilitate hanging and all the edges were rounded over with a 10 mm roundover bit..
I have included some progress shots and the last pic is the oil bath I use to saturated the timber and then drip dry…IMG_2567
NB..I bought the knives..

About Lazy Larry

Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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2 Responses to Small breakfast boards… with handles…

  1. Lew says:

    Nice boards, Larry!

    Like the oiling station idea!

  2. I like the way you bathed them in the oil. We did that to our mallets we made at college. After two weeks of saturation, they had a considerable increase in weight. That’d be a good idea for end-grain cutting boards too, I reckon. They’d be a little trickier without a hole though.

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