• Skandivis Louise Smaerup Solid Oak Cutting Board By Louise Smaerup

Solid Oak Cutting Board By Louise Smaerup

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A gorgeous handcrafted cutting board in high quality, solid oak by Louise Smaerup. The board comes with a leather strap that can be removed before cleaning.

  • Size: 30 cm x 30 cm, thickness 3 cm
  • Materials: Solid oak, and natural leather strap
  • Design: Louise Smaerup
  • Care instructions:         The cutting board has been treated with oil and we recommend that you apply oil on a regular basis.
  •                                         Please note that this product is not suitable for dishwasher.

Danish designed and handmade in Denmark.

 
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