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Board 'n' Bread
Board 'n' Bread

Each board is totally unique, individually made and handcrafted from recycled oak.

Solid oak chopping boards, cheese boards and serving platters.

Scotty Dog

£25

300 x 250 x 21

BUY

Sausage Dog

£36

520 x 280 x 21

BUY

Hen

Hen Board

£25

290 x 290 x 21

BUY

Oak Tree

£25

310 x 290 x 21

BUY

Platter

£45

660 x 270 x 21

BUY

Platter Board

Tea Pot

Teapot Board

£20

350 x 210 x 21

BUY

Sheep

Sheep Board

£35

450 x 250 x 21

BUY

Lamb

Lamb Board

£35

450 x 260 x 21

BUY

Hippo

Hippo Board

£25

390 x 210 x 21

BUY

Duck

Duck Board

£25

360 x 260 x 21

BUY

Cat

Cat Board

£30

370 x 300 x 21

BUY

Tortoise

Tortoise Board

£30

400 x 240 x 21

BUY

Foot

Foot Board

£25

420 x 290 x 21

BUY

Wine Bottle (Pair)

Wine Bottle Pair Board

£30

400 x 120 x 21

BUY

Pineapple

£25

405 x 180 x 21

BUY

Owl

£20

280 x 270 x 21

BUY

Cockeral

Cockeral Board

£25

370 x 310 x 21

BUY

Pig

Pig Board

£20

340 x 210 x 21

BUY

Double Heart Handle

£40

600 x 200 x 21

BUY

Double Heart Handle Board

Heart Handle

£25

400 x 200 x 21

BUY

Heart Handle Board

Thin Heart Handle

£25

450 x 150 x 21

BUY

Heart Handle Thin Board

Long Paddle

£35

600 x 200 x 21

BUY

Elephant

Elephant Board

£30

380 x 270 x 21

BUY

Horse Head

Horse Head Board

£35

470 x 290 x 21

BUY

Hand

Hand Board

£35

450 x 300 x 21

BUY

Curved

£35

520 x 270 x 21

BUY

Curved Board

Rabbit

Rabbit Board

£25

350 x 290 x 21

BUY

Chilli

Chillie Board

£25

340 x 280 x 21

BUY

Salmon

£30

540 x 190 x 21

BUY

Salmon Board

Grooved Block

£50

400 x 300 x 45

BUY

Grooved Block Board

Each board has 2 coats of tung oil, which is a
natural nut oil, food safe and water repellent.

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Maintenance:

  • Do not clean in a dishwasher.
  • After use, wipe down with a damp cloth and towel dry.
  • Apply a small amount of olive oil with a cloth to keep the board shiny and food safe.

About me:

I have been a carpenter for over 30 years now. Throughout this time, I have seen so much good timber get discarded, that I thought I would try to use any that I found or had been thrown away, i.e. old flooring or kitchen worktops.

In august 2012, I started to make some basic shaped chopping boards in my garage using some old oak flooring that I had replaced on a renovation project on a country house. And that was the start of ‘boardnbread’

I began to attend small craft fayres and village fetes and gradually moved on to bigger street markets and food festivals all over the South of England. Having become too big to continue in my garage, I now rent a workshop at dummer down farm near basingstoke.

I now source all my timber from a local demolition company or various reclammation yards that stock second hand materials.