The Glass Cutting Board by Germanson Arts features an aerial view map of one of the Manitowish chain lakes in northern Wisconsin. Each tempered glass cutting board is a work of fine art but also durable and safe for daily use in your home. Choose a glass cutting board with one of the following Manitowish lakes: Spider Lake, Alder Lake, Clear Lake, Fawn Lake, Island Lake, Little Star Lake, Manitowish Lake, Rest Lake, Stone Lake, or Wild Rice Lake. Each cutting board is a perfect kichen or entertaining accessory, or a beautiful accent piece to be dispayed in your home. This imaged glass board is fine art but could be used as a Table Tray, Serving Plate, Trivet, Cutting Board, Platter, Table Centerpiece or other kitchen and dining accessory. Each Glass Cutting Board - Manitowish Lakes makes a perfect gift for anyone with a fondness for northern Wisconsin and the Manitowish chain of lakes. The Spider Lake Glass Cutting Board shows the final product. Images of other Maniitowish lakes are the artist's production images. These images are aerial maps presented for visual content. The individual lake image would be created into a cutting board like the Spider Lake Cutting Board.
Glass Cutting Board - measures 12 in. x 15 in. x 3/16 in.
Small bumpon tabs on the bottom raise the cutting board 1/8 in. off any surface
Choose from 10 lake aerial view maps
Spider Lake - shown above as an actual cutting board
Images of other lakes above are the aerial view maps
Do not place in dishwasher or leave outside exposed to sun/weather
Uses include: a serving tray, platter, trivet, hot plate, cutting board, or table centerpiece
Advise using thin vinyl cutting board over the glass to protect knives when cutting a lot of items
Ships to APO and FPO addresses
Each imaged glass board is hand-crafted when ordered. Please allow 7 - 10 business days for order to be filled and shipped.
No expedited order, please.
Germanson Arts, LLC began in February 2003. The idea of selling my works started a few years earlier with the wish to share my creativity with others, To succeed at fine art color imprinting, you have to be motivated, constantly learning, have an instinct for what works, and what does not. The color imprinting process requires a combination of skill in computer technology and fine arts. Celebrating the beauty of art is an ideal for Germanson Arts, LLC.
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