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READ ME: This is a PRE-ORDER for our maple end grain cutting board. We will begin building cutting boards once payment is received and will ship them when completed. We plan to have them shipped before Christmas but can not guarantee delivery by the holidays. We do ship International!

Each cutting board is made out of maple and measures 19"x14"x1.75" and has two handles on each end for easy lifting, and a juice groove all around. End grain boards have very tight grain patterns which prevent the board from damaging easy and maple is a very hardwood that has the best natural antimicrobial properties.

If taken care of and NEVER PUT IN A DISHWASHER, this cutting board will last decades. After using, rinse with water and soap and towel dry. On a regular monthly basis, we suggest oiling your board with mineral oil or a cutting board wax.

Brad Leone says: This board is designed with frustration in mind. Boards are tools and should help you prepare foods more then anything. I often find cutting boards are too small or obnoxiously large. There’s a time and place for both but this board is a workhorse that’s right in between.. shall I say perfect size for working in a kitchen. Made from the mighty maple tree because I believe it to make the finest quality work surfaces, I can’t stand plastic and it’s certainly one hell of a beautiful wood!