Two no-fuss cutting boards, both finished with food-grade beeswax and mineral oil Isabella makes himself. The large serving board ($105) measures 12" x 6.5"; the smaller version ($85) is 10" x 12".  Photo 9 of 20 in How to Recognize Different Wood Species: A Guide to the 10 Most Common Types from More Pieces from American Designer Paul Isabella

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Another characteristic that helps with the identification of maple is its typically unusual and varied grain patterns, as opposed to straight grains.

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