This two-and-a-half-foot charcuterie board is made from reclaimed wood—sustainably sourced antique wood rescued from old pieces, which is then reprocessed to create something new. This piece is oak, so it’s extremely durable, and its smoky hue gives it an appealingly rustic appearance that looks especially good laden with an array of deliciousness (meats, cheeses, fruit—whatever strikes your fancy). We love that ring handle—it’s an Alexis Steelwood signature.
Father-daughter duo Fred Masaro and Alexis Dodd are in the business of transforming reclaimed antique wood into the sleekest charcuterie boards, serving trays, bowls, pizza paddles, and hand-carved spoons we’ve ever seen. By embracing the wood’s knots, marks, and imperfections, they’re able to give a second life to what would otherwise be discarded material. Sustainable, durable, and meticulously crafted, these pieces will be your dinner-party fixtures and kitchen-counter mainstays.