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Cheese Board | Live Edge Wood | Locust

49.95
Wood cutting board
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Cheese Board | Live Edge Wood | Locust

49.95

Our wood cutting boards and cheese boards make thoughtful wedding gifts, engagement gifts, and housewarming gifts. They're versatile as chopping boards, or serving boards for charcuterie, crudites, or appetizers.

This live edge cutting board was crafted from a golden slab of locust. 

The cutting board measures approximately 17-3/4" long, 8" wide (including the live edge) and 1" thick. This long, slim style is ideally suited for use as a cheese board or charcuterie board. The board has a rawhide lanyard for hanging when not in use. 

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Our wood cutting boards and cheese boards make thoughtful wedding gifts, engagement gifts, and housewarming gifts. They're versatile as chopping boards, or serving boards for charcuterie, crudites, or appetizers.

This live edge cutting board was crafted from a golden slab of locust. 

The cutting board measures approximately 17-3/4" long, 8" wide (including the live edge) and 1" thick. This long, slim style is ideally suited for use as a cheese board or charcuterie board. The board has a rawhide lanyard for hanging when not in use. 

OUR PROCESS

Our cutting boards and serving boards are handmade at our workshop in Dallas, Texas. Each board is one-of-a-kind and cannot be duplicated. Each one has individual character, unique grain, and charming flaws that make it special.

Our boards are crafted from high quality kiln-dried wood, which means the wood has been stripped of moisture to prevent cracking or warping. We always use kiln-dried wood for goods that will touch food.

We treat our boards with mineral oil then buff them with a mixture of carnauba and beeswax that's specially made for cutting boards. Both products are food-safe, non-toxic and all-natural.

RECOMMENDED CARE 

For a quick and easy tutorial on how to maintain and restore a cutting board, check out this detailed blog post.