Win A Large Personalised Carving Board Worth £119 | Engraved Oak Company
Most people have probably struggled with the headache of knowing what to buy for a special someone, but the problem becomes soft as sawdust when you contact The Engraved Oak Company. This artisan company makes fine quality wooden furniture and gifts which can be personalised with any words or images at all, making them a special, unique and lasting present for anybody from a cherished partner to a fussy friend.
The Engraved Oak Company specialises in making a range of giftware which includes carving, cutting, chopping and cheese boards for the kitchen, pet bowls, gadget stands, boot jacks, wellie stands, coat racks and many other variations. All of them can be engraved as desired, enabling buyers to use their wit or send a lasting, loving message.
The man behind the company, John Weaver, is an experienced furniture maker and designer who has been honing his skills since the early 1990s and has diversified into the gift market because of growing demand. He works in prime quality, sustainably grown European oak, making each item from a single length of wood to ensure a consistent match of colouring and quality.
Gifts are especially apt to mark people’s 5th wedding anniversary, the wood anniversary.
As well as making anything from the gift range specified, the company can take commissions to produce other wooden items that anybody wants.
“We’ve done a massive oak heart, memorial signs and even large children’s toy boxes,” says John. “If a customer has an idea for something made in wood we can make it and add an inscription of their choice.”
Items can generally be delivered to a customer’s home within five to seven days.
The Engraved Oak Company
Telephone 01299 569505, firstname.lastname@example.org
Now one of our readers will have the chance to win a large carving board from the range, worth £119.50. These boards are superior to most which are found on the high street and are designed to have long and useful lives. They have a carved channel around the inside edge with a pouring lip at one corner, to catch juices from the meat. And, of course, it can be inscribed just as the winner wishes.