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Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits
Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board KITCHEN | CL Fifty Cubits

Sustainably Sourced Handcrafted Oak Chopping board

£40.00
Fifty Cubits

FIFTY-SUST-KITCH-2729


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  • Description
  • This oak chopping board by Fifty Cubits is made with sustainability in mind. The hardwood used is sourced from North Wales or reclaimed, aiming to reduce demands on tropical timber and unethical deforestation. For each board made, the wood is hand-picked and made in Liverpool, using traditional tools and processes. The process of making is carefully documented and each product is totally unique. Fifty Cubits is a brand passionate about identifying where products in our home’s come from. This chopping board is an ideal addition to your kitchen, perfect for making gin and tonics or for serving on.
    • Measures 300mm x 200mm.
    • Responsibly made in Liverpool.
    • Hand wash only.
  • Cost Per Use
  • 5 Uses £8.00
    10 Uses £4.00
    25 Uses £1.60
    50 Uses £0.80
  • Size Guide
This oak chopping board by Fifty Cubits is made with sustainability in mind. The hardwood used is sourced from North Wales or reclaimed, aiming to reduce demands on tropical timber and unethical deforestation. For each board made, the wood is hand-picked and made in Liverpool, using traditional tools and processes. The process of making is carefully documented and each product is totally unique. Fifty Cubits is a brand passionate about identifying where products in our home’s come from. This chopping board is an ideal addition to your kitchen, perfect for making gin and tonics or for serving on.
  • Measures 300mm x 200mm.
  • Responsibly made in Liverpool.
  • Hand wash only.
5 Uses £8.00
10 Uses £4.00
25 Uses £1.60
50 Uses £0.80

Fifty Cubits

Fifty Cubits was started in 2020 by James Mitchell. James is passionate about knowing where products in our home’s come from and challenging companies that mass-produce homeware products. He feels that we need to address issues surrounding unethical deforestation of tropical hardwoods overseas and work on responsibly stewarding our own woodlands in the UK.

James aims to expose all aspects of the manufacturing process; from hand-picking the timber to making each board using traditional tools and techniques. The wood James sources is sustainably felled in North Wales or reclaimed.

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