Special Edition Handmade Spartan Knife Block - American Maple and Walnut
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- Maple & Walnut
- 6" wide x 10" deep x 10" tall
- Hand-made in the USA
- Knives NOT Included
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You may never be able to enjoy the CGI six-pack abs of the heroes in 300, but you can darn sure have the same kitchen cutlery as we’re sure they had.
This instant conversation starter for any man cave or apartment kitchen is crafted from locally grown and ecologically sustainable solid maple (Spartan) and walnut (Shield) wood into the shape of a Spartan soldier.
This is a BYOK - Bring Your Own Knives (as in, knives aren't included).
Missing Digit Woodshop is an American Made company founded in a little town just west of Atlanta, Georgia. Nestled between other industry buildings, the team at Missing Digit Woodshop brings modern design into the age old craft of fine woodworking.
From the finest timbers of North America, Missing Digit Woodshop is known to craft kitchen and home products with anything-but-traditional style. It is this style that took Missing Digit Woodshop to the front pages of Gizmodo, Huffington Post and other large media organizations.
Even with that success Missing Digit Woodshop still remains a small American company committed to each customer's orders with skilled craftsmen at the helm.
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I bought a set of KitchenAid knives more for the look of the handles than anything else. Figure how whatever you use will best fit. I had to expand the largest slot by a little under 1/16". I cut a small strip of sandpaper and held it against the bottom of the slot with a bamboo skewer to saw back and forth. Slow and steady and keep it nicely rounded with a drill bit hand sawn back and forth between sanding. Two slots were too big so I used wood glue to glue bits of wood (pieces of bamboo skewers and flat toothpicks) to fill in the top side of the slot (so the blade won't cut into the patch). I cut the bits of wood shorter than the depth of the slot. Then I used minwax wood putty in 924 walnut to fill in, using a toothpick to reshape it to the rounded slot shape. I finished with a couple coats of satin varathane to bring out the beauty of the solid wood. The knives rest properly now and this warrior looks incredible on the kitchen counter. Missing Digit even put a magnet in the spartan's crest to keep the sharpener in place. Very carefully packed and shipped quickly. Impressive!
Oh and the product itself is awesome. We have lots of weird knives so some fit better than others but who cares. They're in a shield attacking a dude! That's what this is all about!