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Awakening - Bald Eagle Round Cutting Board by Persis Clayton Weirs

Awakening - Bald Eagle Round Cutting Board

by Persis Clayton Weirs
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Art-inspired glass cutting boards deliver gorgeous kitchen art and will prove an essential item for food prep! Durable glass surface with smooth beveled glass edges is suitable for ceramic knife use. Clear textured glass is enhanced with a stunning art image printed and heat cured on the back. Non-skid bumpers included. Handwashing recommended. Designed, printed, and assembled in USA. 12"dia.

Orientation:RoundProduct Type:Round Cutting Board
Height:12"Brand:Wild Wings
Width:12"
Persis Clayton Weirs

Persis Clayton Weirs

Artist

For Persis Clayton Weirs, becoming a wildlife artist seemed only natural. Born on an island off the Maine coast, she enjoyed summers on the island and spent winters along the Maine coast where wildlife flourished.
 
Persis had no formal training in art, but rather she developed her skills through close observation...

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Art-inspired glass cutting boards deliver gorgeous kitchen art and will prove an essential item for food prep! Durable glass surface with smooth beveled glass edges is suitable for ceramic knife use. Clear textured glass is enhanced with a stunning art image printed and heat cured on the back. Non-skid bumpers included. Handwashing recommended. Designed, printed, and assembled in USA. 12"dia.

Product Specifications
Orientation:RoundProduct Type:Round Cutting Board
Height:12"Brand:Wild Wings
Width:12"
About the artist
Persis Clayton Weirs

Persis Clayton Weirs

Artist

For Persis Clayton Weirs, becoming a wildlife artist seemed only natural. Born on an island off the Maine coast, she enjoyed summers on the island and spent winters along the Maine coast where wildlife flourished. Persis had no formal training in art, but rather she developed her skills through close observation...

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