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Grazing Board - Tasmanian Blackwood

Grazing Board - Tasmanian Blackwood

Regular price $225.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $225.00 AUD
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A grazing board is a perfect way to serve a variety of snacks and appetizers for any occasion. Whether you want to impress your guests with a stunning display of cheese, charcuterie, fruits, nuts, and crackers, or you just want to enjoy a casual nibble with your family or friends, a grazing board can cater to your needs. And what better way to present your grazing board than on a beautiful Tasmanian Blackwood platter?

Tasmanian Blackwood is a hardwood timber that is native to Tasmania and southern Australia. It has a rich golden brown color with dark streaks and grain patterns that make each piece unique and attractive. Tasmanian Blackwood is also durable and resistant to warping and cracking, making it ideal for kitchenware and furniture.

Our Tasmanian Blackwood grazing board is handcrafted by skilled artisans who carefully select the best quality timber and finish it with natural oils and waxes. The board measures 800mm x 300mm x 25mm and weighs 5 kg, making it spacious enough to hold a generous amount of food without being too heavy or bulky. The board also features stainless steel handles that add a touch of elegance and make it easy to carry and serve.

Whether you are hosting a party, a picnic, or a cozy night in, our Tasmanian Blackwood grazing board will elevate your experience and delight your senses. Order yours today and enjoy the beauty and functionality of this stunning product.

#All of our timber boards are sealed with a food grade product "Gilly's Liquid Beeswax"

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Our boards are prepared for Laser Engraving, or it can just be sealed as is if you like the timber colours.

Once the board is sealed it will 'deepen' in colour, the red / pink will pop more and the lighter timber will turn golden.

All of our timber boards are sealed with "Gilly's Liquid Beeswax"


We typically use Aramex for our shipping, unless they are not in your area then we will use Australia Post.