Rambutan and Epoxy Round Serving Board and Coaster Set
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14" diameter Rambutan "Figured grain" wood with set of matching (4) coasters measuring 3.85" inch in diameter
I am Tom Correa a retired DOE Hawai'i High School Athletic Director, I live in Hilo, on the Big Island. I operate under the business name of TC Woodworks Hawai'i. I started doing woodworking as a hobby about 15 years ago. My initial exposure into woodwork sales started 12 years ago in Simply Wood Studios and Nohea Gallery. I recently retired and have had more time to dedicate to my woodworking. As a result I have expanded my product line from woodturning to small pieces specializing in epoxy inlay into local woods. All wood comes from local sources. I take the wood from felled logs to finish product, I also offer laser engraving to personalize any piece.
A note from the artist:
A Proud Product of HILO, HI
Completely isolated from the rest of the world, Waiākea® offers purity in its ultimate form. Located just outside the quiet town of Hilo and surrounded by rich, bio-diverse forest preserves, a deep well source sits at the eastern base of the Mauna Loa volcano, one of the purest environments on Earth. Originating atop the volcano as rain and snowmelt – the water slowly filters through thousands of feet of porous, volcanic rock, re-emerging at the surface as refreshingly crisp, naturally alkaline water. As keiki o ka 'āina, or “children of the land,” it is our responsibility to protect the natural resources of Hawai'i – and as protectors of our pristine source, we promise to responsibly share Waiākea with you, never depleting our precious gift.
Naturally alkaline with pH range of 7.6-8.2 from naturally occurring essential minerals such as calcium, potassium, silica, magnesium, and more.
Certified CarbonNeutral from sip to source. Bottles made from 100% recycled material. Use less than .003% of source's sustainable yield.
1 case = 1 month of clean water to Malawian villages in need & local community support through our Kōkua Initiative.