- Beautiful serving board for cheese or tapas
- Cut from one solid piece of olive wood
- Rustic hewn appearance
- Each piece is unique
- Size - About 7 inches wide x 17 inches long, size varies
We are delighted to offer these beautiful solid olive wood cutting boards. Cut directly from an aged olive wood tree trunk, each board is bordered with the natural bark of the tree. Each one is a unique piece, and varies in shape and size.
Olive trees grow slowly in the sun drenched countryside of Spain. The extremely dense olive wood is particularly beautiful - the intricate patterns of the wood grain display the struggle that each tree makes against a landscape with very little water.
These olive wood boards have been aged and treated with oil. To maintain them, oil them occasionally with food safe mineral oil.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 4 reviews Write a review
"I ordered two of these cutting boards for gifts this past Christmas. Each was different and very nice. For the price I was very happy and they were well received..."
jk - Cleveland, Ohio - Jan 6, 2013
"Beautiful board...would have liked it a little larger. Otherwise, can't be beat."
Glenda R. - George West, Texas - Jan 6, 2013
"I have wanted to order this piece for quite a while and usually it was backordered. I'm happy I was finally able to get it. I love the look of the piece and the texture and depth of the natural color of the wood. My reason for only giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is the thickness of the piece. It is only about 1/2 thick and would have looked much better at 3/4 to an inch thick. It looks thicker in the picture online. All in all I'm very satisfied with the cutting board."
Mike - Claremont, New Hampshire - Jul 25, 2012
"If you are an olivewood fancier, you will appreciate this, rustic or otherwise--olivewood is just beautiful. For this price, it's a must-have for your collection and useful too. I bought two--one for me and one to gift to my son who also loves olivewood. "
Joanne - Oct 31, 2009