I'm really putting myself into each piece, milling the board from dead tree or branches, selecting unique pieces of wood to use. Then several hours to cut to size, planing flat, sanding and finishing.
Cost ~ $50 (depending on size and wood used)
How do you pronounce charcuterie? [shahr-koo-tuh-ree]
Charcuterie is the art of preparing meats which are often cured or smoked such as bacon, ham or salami. A charcutier is a person who prepares charcuterie and while the term is loosely translated in English to "pork butcher", any kind of meat can be used.
A charcuterie board is commonly seen on menus pretty much everywhere these days and it's the perfect way to enjoy some nibbles with friends and family!
Some sample of charcuterie board, I have created from a fallen oak tree branch.
On sale for $35 each
Birch Candle Stick Holders $5.00 each
Ash Candle Stick Holders $5.00 each
Walking sticks are made of local woods, such as Oak, Maple, Apple, Birch, and Cherry. Price depends on the wood used and the novelty of the wood ($25.00 to $35.00)
Cost $25 or two for $40.
Unfinished rough cut disc can be purchased for $1.00 each or 15 for $10. With optional hole drilled to make an ornament.
Please contact us to see our current inventory or
have a custom walking stick, charcuterie/cheese boards and other items (planters, bowls, furniture) made for you.
Free Delivery available in the Kingston Area.
Shipping available for some items, the cost depending on location and item being shipped.
Selection of my wood working item are available at:
• Glenburnie Convenience - walking sticks and Charcuterie boards.
• Keirstead Gallery - walking sticks
• My residence 45 Aragon Rd, it's 5 min north off the Hwy 401 on Montreal Street/Battersea Rd (by appointment only).