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          Large wooden salad bowls, thick cutting boards, wooden spoons and more.

          In stock. Buy now. On-line or Shop the Retail Store in Concord New Hampshire.

#1 Cutting Boards, Wooden Bowls in New England



NH Gifts, Premium Craft Show quality, Visit Our Store Concord, New Hampshire 

            Voted # 1 Wooden Ware Outlet in New England

  • Largest inventory in the USA for Bowls,Cutting Boards and Spoons
  • Visit the Outlet Store for a real New Hampshire experience
  • Free Gift Note Card for each of your gifts
  • No Sales Tax
  • Car full?  No worries, we ship
  • Poke thru the racks and stacks
  • Hard to find?  Find it here!

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My Great Uncle Iddo Kimball never wanted anyone to pay more than they had to, so we offer Free Shipping on every order of $75 or more in the Continental US.





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At New Hampshire Bowl and Board we are committed to helping independent crafts people find a marketplace for their hand made goods.  We started by working with artisans in our home state of New Hampshire, and over the years have been delighted to discover more and more folks who, like us, make a living from their craft and from their hand. 

Made in the USA, for us, means bringing you the best wood gifts -- each made with American pride and Yankee ingenuity.  We're proud of what we do, and we really like the great people we get to work with.

Like the Shakers, we believe form follows function. Like the Yankees, we believe a man is only as good as his word. 

We value your patronage, and hope you will enjoy shopping our selection of wooden bowls, boards, spoons and utensils -- half as much as we enjoyed searching out these unique offerings and gifts for you.  

Thank you for stopping with us - an old saying of my grandmother's - and for shopping with us, too.  Every purchase helps local craftspeople, local families, and local communities.  Some near us here in Webster, New Hampshire.  And some nearer to you.

And don't forget to stop by and say hello when traveling in New England!

Thank you,

Paulie Walnuts, "The Bowl Guy"