Creative Woodworking
Custom-made cutting board with Mahogany, Oak, Wenge, Ash, Cherrywood and Zebrawood.

“He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.” St. Francis of Assissi (1181-1226)

Some years ago I traveled across America and shared my epic journey here at American Gam. Now, I would like to share my new adventure…woodworking.

After traveling around America to all of the continental United States I finally settled down in the verdant mountains of New Hampshire where I have learned the art of crafting fine wood products. It started out as a hobby to create gifts for friends and family, with me shaping wood into charcuterie boards, cutting boards, bread boards, chessboards, and many other items. My wife Treva then etched and burned an image into the wood and finished the products with oil and bee’s wax. We soon found that people were interested in purchasing our custom creations.

Working the wood.

Check out the pictures and if you see something you like, let us know and we can make one just for you; we can even customize the products to dimensions, colors and patterns that you would like.

Custom boards made from exotic woods.
These were some of our first boards.
Yes! I even built the canoe!

These are great gift ideas for…Christmas, weddings, graduations, anniversaries, birthdays, housewarming, client or employee appreciation, etc.

Thanks for checking out American Gam! You can find us at: https://www.Facebook.com/AmericanGamWoodworking/ I hope you see something you like…

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