SELWYN HOUSE English Oak Serving Board

£65.00
Description

Present food beautifully on this handmade English oak serving board, which features a large hanging hole for storing and display.

With its classic design and substantial size, this board could be used to elegantly serve a wide variety of foods including charcuterie and cheese, bread or a grazing board selection.

The board is handmade by Selwyn House in Northamptonshire from oak that is sustainably grown in Britain, quarter-sawn and air-dried. Selwyn House support small, independent sawmills who really care about the quality of their timber. 

Each board has been carefully cut, shaped and sanded by hand from one single piece of wood to ensure as smooth and useable a surface as possible. It is then finished in food-safe mineral oil, with a final coating of Selwyn House's Vegan Wood Balm which brings out the grain with a subtle lustre.

These slow, patient processes result in fantastically characterful wood - it also means your board is strong and stable, unlikely to warp or split and will only get more characterful with age and use. Look after it, and your board will last a lifetime.

Product dimensions:

  • Length including handle 48cm
  • Width 21cm
  • Depth 2.2cm
  • Chopping surface area 30cm x 20cm

Each board is unique and shows the natural qualities of the wood - some have small knots or striations across the surface which differ from the photos shown here. None of these affect the structure of the wood.

About Selwyn House
Established in 2017 by Sean Best and Ellie Smalls, Selwyn House create functional yet beautiful wooden tableware that doesn’t compromise on sustainability. Their pieces are born from a love of great food and gathering together for simple feasts. Every piece is made individually by hand in their workshop in rural Northamptonshire, exclusively from trees which are grown in Britain and sourced in small batches from independent sawmills. Rather than the tropical timbers so often found in commercial woodenware, Selwyn House choose to use the fantastic hardwoods available right here in this country - hoping to play a small part in highlighting the beauty of British timber and the need to invest in its future.