Monticello Sugar Maple Serving Board #70
Monticello Sugar Maple Serving Board #70Monticello Sugar Maple Serving Board #70Monticello Sugar Maple Serving Board #70

Monticello Sugar Maple Serving Board #70

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Wood from the majestic Sugar Maple that flanked the walkway to Monticello’s south terrace has been used to create this exquisite serving board.

The beloved tree’s brilliant fall color was the subject of countless visitor photographs. Although Jefferson planted many sugar maple saplings at Monticello, hoping to promote an American sugar economy, this one was probably planted during Benjamin Levy’s late 19th-century ownership of Monticello. The tree fell during a violent storm in 2011. Kirk McCauley is one of several local artisans the Thomas Jefferson Foundation has entrusted to honor its beauty and historic significance.

Signed, dated and numbered. 19” x 13” x 2”h. (Soapstone bowl from Alberene Soapstone Company is included.)
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We will wrap your gift in white gift paper, trimmed with red Jefferson signature ribbon and a bow, and include a hand written gift message. The charge is $6.95 per item.

Each item will be wrapped and charged individually. You cannot elect to have multiple quantities wrapped together when ordering through our website. If you wish to do so, please call us at 1-800-243-1743 to place your order.

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