I have about 10-12 board feet of bubinga in my basement that has been there for at least 15 years. The biggest problem is that it is 5/4 and 1 inch thick, so it is really too thin for a cutting board, but I think I may start making a cheese board or two from it.
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The Bubinga board has been placed in our gallery.
I am still going to make some single piece boards but I think I will do some smaller pieces for cheese and ????
I will try to do some less expensive pieces. But still use some fancy woods.
Any suggestions on sizes or other details are welcome.
Been sitting here trying to think of a rationale for purchasing it other than I want it. That is a beautiful board...
Something smaller like maybe 8 x 10 or so would be nice for a small cheese tray.
once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right
Maybe around 10 x 14 for manageable serving size or a little smaller.
Older and wider.