Laser + Grain Chopping Board

£15.00 GBP

This item will arrive in its own box - Some items are sent direct from the brand to save co2 emmisions 🌎 Please be aware that your order may arrive from two different couriers if you purchase multiple items!

Dropship dispatch time: 2-3 Working Days

Description


📦 Laser & Grain is dispatched direct from the brand so your order will arrive in multiple plastic free parcels!

This chopping board is crafted from beautiful beech wood and engraved with a stunning mandala design on the top surface. A lovely, unique and sustainable addition to any kitchen.

This chopping board is crafted from beautiful beech wood and engraved with a stunning mandala design on the top surface. A lovely, unique and sustainable addition to any kitchen.

This chopping board is treated with Osmo top oil which is naturally derived and food safe.
The beautiful mandala was hand drawn for us by the immensely talented Rebecca at Red Hand Henna.

FEATURES

  • Made from beech wood
  • 25 cm x 1.5 cm
  • (Inner diameter of the groove 20.9 cm)
  • Groove is 8-9 mm wide
SUSTAINABILITY

"At Laser and Grain, we are passionate about sustainability and averse to unnecessary waste. All of our wood is from FSC registered sources. Our laser is powered from 100% renewable energy and our offcuts are inventively utilised for smaller products such as keyrings, dog tags and decorations. 

We only use wood treatments that are derived from plant materials and have been deemed safe to human, animal and plant life. We are also diligent in our search for materials, seeking out suppliers who are environmentally and ethically minded.

We do our best to follow the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” mantra, and avoid the single-use, throw-away culture. So, if you come across any plastic packaging in your order, it’s because it came with our washing machine! In terms of new packaging, we always use fully recyclable options, with a preference for packaging made from recycled materials. We aren’t perfect, but we can promise that we are always actively seeking out new ways to reduce our environmental impact."