12-inch Maple Wood Cutting Board
- National Archives Store Exclusive
- Made in Texas, U.S.A.
- Premium hard maple wood
- Inhibits bacterial growth
- 12 X 8 inches
- Rubber feet prevent slipping on countertop.
- Hand wash only
Show your support for the National Archives with this cutting board made from North American hardwoods. The finest in quality, workmanship and design, the board has been through an eight-point production process, mostly by hand, with careful attention to detail. It has been oiled to ensure rich color and protection. Use as a great cutting surface or an elegant serving tray, to be gifted or kept for yourself.
Choose a cutting board with the National Archives eagle logo design, or with National Archives text only.
In 1930, New York Architect John Russell Pope was selected to design the National Archives Building. Pope's neoclassical design included both practical and symbolic aspects of housing the nation's records. He proposed a monumental structure with highly decorative architectural features, giant Corinthian columns, 40-foot bronze doors, and inscriptions representing the building's historical importance. John Russell Pope also designed the National Gallery and the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C.