Large Carvers’ Board

$320.00

The massive end grain carving board, our largest size cutting board, is an impressive piece of design work and the ultimate kitchen tool.

• Superior end grain construction
• Smooth, impact-resistant cutting surface that is kind to knives
• Handcrafted design showcasing the larch wood growth rings
• Board size is 24 x 15 x 2 inches (61 x 38.1 x 5.1 cm)
• Board weighs 15.7 lbs (7.12 kg)

Description

This spectacular commercial grade cutting board with its contemporary but yet classic design will cover all of your kitchen cutting requirements. Handmade from eastern Canadian larch by our talented team of artisans, it will be a centrepiece of any kitchen that will stand the test of time. With its large cutting surface, ample juice moat and the woods antimicrobial and rot resistant properties you will never want to use another board again. Plus, your knives will appreciate the flexible but durable end grain construction which helps preserve your knife’s edge by cutting with, instead of across, the wood grain. The carving board also boasts our practical bottom mounted soft rubber feet stopping the board from sliding on your countertop, preventing moisture build-up beneath the board and making the board easy to pick-up and move around.

Additional information

Weight 7.12 kg
Dimensions 61 × 38.1 × 5.1 cm
Weight (Pounds)

15.7 lbs

Dimensions (Inches)

24 x 15 x 2 in

Material

Kiln dried larch wood

Renewable Resource

Sourced from locally managed sustainable wood lots

Origin of Manufacture

Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada

UPC

722301881842

1 review for Large Carvers’ Board

  1. C. Child

    I learned about Larch Wood several years ago while salmon fishing the beautiful Margaree River in Cape Breton. I stopped by their factory and showroom. I love to cook and bought a small cutting board, which I adore, when I visited the factory. This past Christmas we upgraded to the Carver’s Board ― which is now the heart of our kitchen. I’ve jettisoned all of my non-Larch Wood boards. The only decision I now have is, who I’m going to bequeath my Carver’s Board to in my will. I’m sure it will outlast me.

    C. Child, Utah

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