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- Order number: 330021
- EAN: 791732547313
- Manufacturer product ID: 6020
- advice: It is a handmade product from a natural raw material. Deviations in dimensions, colour and shape are therefore possible and testify to the natural origin and honest craftsmanship. Inclusions of branches can also occur.
Sustainability. Quality. Craft.
Values that are unfortunately getting shorter and shorter in the current time - cheaper, faster and simply throw away when "the paint has flaked off, unfortunately this happens more and more often. At Spessartbrett the story begins in nature, in the forest, quite simply. The wood is felled by forest workers, then the saw gate comes before the boards are carefully dried. In the carpenter's workshop the boards are sawn, planed, sanded and the appropriate final sanding is given in the classical craft. Then each Spessart board gets an individual number, beaten by hand with numbers. And we're planting a tree. Right, for each board we plant an oak, and this oak gets the same number as a board. And then the Spessart boards go on the journey to the customers, a good cycle.
The big one, round.
Making a virtue of necessity. This is the result.
Once a week we make pizza for the whole family, and we make the pizza ourselves.
Everyone likes his shape. Large, round, oval or angular. Whatever.
Place on a plate and do not put in question (too small, too cold). A board also looks much nicer, and the eye finally eats with it.
And so often we were annoyed that the available boards were too small, so that the freshly planed Parmesan or the Rucola lay on the couch...
We must change that.
That was the thought.
That's how the "Lindenfurt" was born, the big round.
And since there is not pizza every day, we discovered further advantages of the "Lindenfurt".
For the snack it comes in the middle of the table for cheese, fruit, sausage and bread.
And not so rare as a cake platter.
We like it, the Lindenfurt.
- Model Lindenfurt ca: 500 x 19mm
- Each Spessart board is given an individual number, manually struck with numbers.
- Surface: Finely sanded and pre-treated 2 times with linseed oil
- For each board we plant an oak, and this oak gets the same number as a board.
Each board is unique.
With us you buy unique pieces. Uniques.
What's the matter with you?
Each Spessart board receives a number. This is hammered in by hand with blow numbers. Doesn't have to be, but it gives us pleasure, and I'm sure it gives you pleasure, too, doesn't it? But there's another reason for the number thing. We plant an oak for every board sold.
We take from nature, we give to nature. This opens and closes the cycle.
And every tree gets the number of the board.
The thing about the trees. How we take from nature, and how we give again.
We are grateful to get from nature. And that we can turn our backs on plastics, cheap products, low-wage production and rainforest clearing. Since we make everything as natural as possible, the cycle begins in an oak forest. There we leave the little trees time to germinate, to develop. And that's where they get "their number". In order to prevent wild browsing and other influences, we give the trees about a year to bring them to their final place. This is either in the great outdoors, during reforestation, or on one of our woods.
Each board comes with care instructions. But so that you can find out what real wood boards like or don't like before you buy, here are our care tips to download, or take a look at the YouTube video. Very easy to find here on the tab "YouTube Video".
|Material:||beech, cherry, Oak, walnut, wood|
|Made in:||EU (Germany)|
Manufacturer contact: Spessartbrett HA-SAV GmbH, Bahnhofstr.12, 97840 Hafenlohr
We like to work with our hands. The selection of woods for our products is the first step, an important one.
The products take shape step by step and are often touched, edited, examined and tested. With us "nothing falls out of the machine" and "nothing is sent directly".
Alone the perception of the smells, the different woods. Try it yourself: cherry, oak and nut ... smell in the woods, trees and woods. The different weights and hardnesses of the woods, the processing of these (in the relatively soft cherry you have to pay much more attention with the stroke numbers, such as the hard beech).
From the purchase of wood to processing and shipping. It is a great pleasure for us to see and feel the whole process.
And because we plant an oak tree for every sold board, it completes the whole experience even better. We take and we give. And you can experience a very good time, inside and outside.
Our claim was, is and remains, quality. Good quality.
For us this means solid wood, sustainability, and long pleasure for our customers with our products.
Like us humans, our products age, and that's where the beauty and the good lies: we mature.
Everyone can throw away, and this is unfortunately practiced too often. Hardly anyone repairs more, constantly new is bought.
A customer buys for use, which one is this, the customer determines himself. We offer the benefit that our products are stable, robust and natural. And that solid wood gets an even more beautiful character with age. If it gets a quirk, you can bring everything back with no problems with some sandpaper and oil.
For many years, the idea (this would go beyond the scope here, but we will take a little shorter ...) on quality and sustainability matured. To create things with the hands and to drive them out.
A joinery / wood mechanic apprenticeship 30 years ago probably set the foundation for the Spessart board.
Collaboration with a joinery company in the Spessart, which has existed for over 100 years and is now friends and partners, was probably a coincidence.
Hand in hand, the Spessart board was created based on experience, tradition and looking to the future.
Made in Germany, Spessart.
Production of samples:
Maintenance of Spessart boards: watering, grinding and oiling:
Photo day at Spessartbrett:
The number goes on the Spessart board:
View into the Spessart:
During the work (beating, grinding) a Spessart board is created:
Behind the scenes of Spessartbrett: one tree for each board: