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Hungry Moth - Serving Board

Hungry Moth - Serving Board

Regular price $449.00 NZD
Regular price Sale price $449.00 NZD
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This bespoke serving board was made with recycled Puriri wood and eco-friendly resin is both functional and Art.

Little funny story, we called the Hungry Moth because this wood was eaten by the Puriri moth.

Having guests? This would be a fantastic centerpiece for a charcuterie board to delight your guests.

Puriri tree is also known as New Zealand mahogany, teak, oak, or walnut. Mäori used it for garden tools and weapons, Puriri was also favored for Furniture and decorative work. However, large portions of a log can be unsuitable for finished work due to the holes bored in the growing tree by the Puriri Moth. For us, everything can be re-used, that’s why we selected it for this special and bespoke piece.

This piece was finished with gold powder-coated zinc carry handles and food-safe beeswax, sealed with 2 layers of ceramic coating for extra protection and ease of cleaning, accompanied with soft felt feet that protect both the underside of the board as well as the surface its placed.

Dimensions : 537x254x18mm.

  • All our products come with a recycled care/description card. For our homeware packaging, we re-use cardboard/bubble wrap and make sure it’s done with the best care.

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE: We work our best to photograph the detail & finish of each item. A slight variation in color, shape & texture is to be expected from wood. The color of the wood and resin might slightly vary from the screen it’s viewed on. All our work is a one-off, as a unique piece no 2 can be identical. We can make it similar but it will never be the same. You will always take with you something unique, bespoke. However, if you are still unsure about the color and texture of a specific item, please send us an email to and we will happily clarify any doubts you may have.

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