Slates for Rectangular Board

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Bought as a gift. My friends loved it! The packaging looks like a present and the recipient was really happy with their gift.

- Penelope Caster


This was better than I anticipated! I purchased this for Christmas Gift. I was so excited when I got it. It is smaller than some charcuterie boards perfect for a gathering at home. It made a beautiful gift.

- Michelle Willson


The wood is of great craftsmanship and I like that it comes with utensils and storage. Recommend

- Whitney Perez


I love planning and setting up an afternoon tray of snacks! It looks beautiful and convenient with a variety of snacks for presentation!

- Anna Joanna


Great board for entertaining! Absolutely love that I can write what each item is on the chalkboard sides! Gave them as a gift to our daughters and they loved them too!

- Tommy Robbins


Bought this for my mother-in-law and its absolutely beautiful! I told my husband that I want one for myself. It is heavy-duty and way nicer than I expected!

- Megan Spark

What are your boards made of?

Our cheese and charcuterie board are made from sustainably sourced Acacia wood. Acacia wood is from the Australian-native Acacia trees and shrubs, which can also be found in Asia and Africa. The hardwood that is sourced from the tree is used for building long- lasting furniture and homewares.

What’s the difference between Bamboo and Acacia?

Bamboo is a soft grass and Acacia is a hard wood. Bamboo is harder than common hardwood like Acacia and so can be damaging to your knives. Apart from its beauty, Acacia has all the components you want for a charcuterie and cutting board: durability, resistance and soft on knives.

How do I clean my board?

Hand wash it with a wet cloth and dry. Apply regularly food-grade mineral oil (coconut oil) and store your acacia wood board and use a clean cloth to rub it in the direction of the wood grain. And then wipe excess oils off. Allow tray to sit overnight. Please, do not soak or submerge in water as this will over-saturate the wood and lead to cracking.