Black walnut cutting boards
Black walnut wood boards small, medium and large
Set of Cutting boards - black walnut wood
Black walnut kitchen boards with hanging holes
Black walnut wood kitchen boards
Black walnut chopping boards
Thick walnut cutting boards for the kitchen
black walnut serving boards

Black Walnut Serving Boards

Regular price $28.00
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Makes The Cut. 

At first, you may find yourself feeling reluctant to actually chop, slice or dice anything on these carefully made black walnut boards.
You would not be alone...
But, fear not, walnut never lets down with its extraordinary endurance, dependability, and striking appearance.
Simplicity in design makes for timeless design
Available in 4 varieties, each differing in shape and size, these boards were created to be superb all-rounders, to suit all uses in the kitchen.
Whether it's for serving charcuterie & tapas, or chopping and preparing the ingredients for your dinner!
For surroundings that matter

Serving/chopping boards are a handsome and indispensable part of your kitchen.

They are one of humanity's most basic utensils; boards last a lifetime, and always prove to be invaluable - black walnut aside. 
  • 100% Natural & sustainably sourced black walnut with a linseed oil finish 
  • Resilient material and design
  • Sustainable alternative to plastic or rubber boards and mats
  • Handle for ease of use & convenient storage 
  • Unique tones, contours and markings on each board


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 Food Safety Certified

 Dishwasher Safe

 Anti-Scratch Surface

 Natural Linseed Oil Finish


Small: 26 x 14.5 Cm / 10 x 5.7 Inches
Medium: 35 x 16.5 Cm / 13.7 x 6.5 Inches
Large: 39 x 18.5 Cm / 15.3 x 7.2 Inches
Oblong: 42 x 12 Cm / 16.5 x 4.7 Inches

  • These Boards Can Be Washed In The Dishwasher, Or By Hand
  • For Longevity, We Recommend Hand Washing and Drying When Possible
    • Use a Natural Oil To Seal The Surface and Retain Its Rich Colour
    • We Recommend Rinsing Before First Use