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Totally Bamboo

A Slice of Life South Carolina Serving and Cutting Board, 11" x 8-3/4"

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Savor a slice of The Palmetto State with the Totally Bamboo A Slice of Life South Carolina Bamboo Serving and Cutting Board! This eye-catching serving board is a wonderful way to celebrate the state of South Carolina. It's a perfect choice to serve a selection of delicious cheeses, crackers and finger foods with friends and family. One side of the board features laser-etched artwork of the outline of the state and fun call outs of the top cities, sights and attractions. From Columbia to Myrtle Beach, Charleston to Greenville, Hilton Head Island to Lake Marion and everywhere in between, this board features everything that makes South Carolina great. When not being used for serving, the board can be flipped over to provide an ideal large cutting board surface. The board is constructed of organically-grown Moso bamboo, which is gentler on knives than plastic and easier to care for than hardwood. The two-tone design clearly highlights the natural beauty of bamboo. The board measures 11" x 8-3/4" x 1/2". Whether as a gift for the South Carolina fan in your life (or for yourself), this Slice of Life board is sure to be a hit!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Michael Redmond (Columbia, US)
Well made, well received

Terrific gift. Details on cutting board amazing and map locations accurate. Given as a gift. Very well received. Would buy again.

Linda Chiappone (Charleston, US)
Just what I was looking for.

I ordered two of these to be sent as Christmas gifts. Both my friends were very pleased with them. I just may have to order one for myself!

Peggy VW (Minneapolis, US)
Great gift for a friend!

Quick shipping, nice quality and detail. I purchased a cutting board for a friend who just relocated to South Carolina. She was thrilled with the quality of the gift, and especially excited to see that her new (small) town was on the SC state map on the cutting board!