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Black Walnut Burl Board with circle inlays | Tableware by Patton Drive Woodworking
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Black Walnut Burl Board with circle inlays | Tableware by Patton Drive Woodworking
Black Walnut Burl Board with circle inlays | Tableware by Patton Drive Woodworking
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Black Walnut Burl Board with circle inlays | Tableware by Patton Drive Woodworking

Black Walnut Burl Board with circle inlays - Tableware

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Sculpted black walnut burl board with circle inlays is finished perfectly smooth and ready for chopping or serving.
Sustainably sourced hardwood construction, beeswax finish and made to last a lifetime.
Every purchase plants a tree.
A  burl is a tree growth in which the grain has grown in a unique way. Burl wood is the wood that is harvested from that growth, and it holds hidden treasures of unusual design. Burls result in a uniquely patterned wood, which is highly prized for its beauty. This imperfection on a tree is perfection on a board.

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Item Black Walnut Burl Board with circle inlays
As seen in Private Residence, Menomonee Falls, WI
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2021
When a chef and a designer met.

When Mike and Natalie Cooperman met at a holiday party in New York City in 2003, they probably had little idea that 18 years later they’d end up in Wisconsin, three kids deep, collaborating on wooden kitchen utensils, but here they
are.
Mike, a former chef, worked at fine restaurants like the The Modern at the MOMA and Le Bernardin, and Natalie designed textiles for the likes of the Gap, Corelle, and Martha Stewart.
Eventually, the growing Cooperman family packed up and moved out to Menomonee Falls, outside Milwaukee, and it was there that Mike began flexing his creative muscles in a different arena and took up woodworking, following in the footsteps of his grandfathers. He started with making cooking spoons and Natalie handled the hand-dipping—another natural step, considering her background as a designer. Originally these creations—with wood sourced locally—were meant purely for themselves, as they couldn’t find the products they wanted to use. But people sat up and took notice, and Patton Drive was born.