Cole & Mason Berden Extra Large Acacia Wood Carving Chopping & Serving Board

SKU: H722129

Crafted from sustainable acacia wood, this extra-large carving board is a must have for your favorite roast or carving the turkey on Christmas day. The handy well catches all the excess meat-juice which flows to the corner down the deep channels. This makes for the healthiest offering, and prevents the meat sliding around on the surface. Flip it over to the reverse side for a smooth surface, also great to use as a classy serving platter.
  • Thick acacia wood finished with a food-safe natural oil
  • Extra large size makes it suitable for handling the biggest roasts
  • Carved channels naturally drain away juices
  • Juice collection well includes a pouring spout for mess free transfer 
  • Reverse side is smooth and doubles as a chopping board or serving platter
  • All of the acacia wood used in this cutting board has been responsibly sourced from sustainable forests
  • Timeless British design can be used for carving, chopping or serving
  • To clean, hand wash in warm soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly
  • Dimensions: 13.66" x 1.14" x 18.39" - 4.58lbs

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technical specifications

Made of solid acacia wood

Dimensions: 13.66" x 1.14" x 18.39" - 4.58lbs

2 year guarantee

To clean, hand wash in warm soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly

Our largest board

Beautifully formed from glowing staves of solid acacia wood, the Barkway has a timeless shape and endless functionality. Use it to slice, dice, crush, chop and serve. Easy to clean; simply hand wash and leave to air dry.

The Berden board is part of our growing range of acacia products


What is Acacia Wood?

As one of the world’s fastest growing exotic hardwoods, acacia is the smart, sustainable choice. Supremely durable and robust, the wood is rich in natural oils to help it stay strong over time and comes treated with a food-safe natural oil to bring out its beautiful grain.

Acacia is a type of wood that is derived from the acacia tree, native to Australia, which are now also found in Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa and parts of the Americas.

style... and practicality.

Much consideration has been taken when designing the Berden board.

We know healthy cooking is important, and that is why we have carved channels to drain away meat juice into the well, which sits in the corner of the board. This is also handy when carving, as the channels also divert grease from the meat, reducing slipping whilst in use, making this board safe, too.


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