A family-owned business located in Indiana, Dickinson Woodworking started out from the house garage in 1990, eventually expanding into a full workshop in 2004. Creative and functional wooden kitchenware is the company's primary pursuit and joy. Dickinson Woodworking sources wood locally, sometimes milling the wood directly from recovered storm-damaged trees. Maple, ash, walnut, cherry, tulip poplar, and hickory are the most common. With a love for local woods, Aaron and Kiyomi Dickinson strive to bring the colors and the warmth, depth, and feel of these materials to your home. Measures 9 x 9 x .75 in.
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