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End Grain Wood Cutting Boards


Used by chefs the world over, End Grain Cutting Boards have a distinct advantage over other types of cutting boards. The surface of an end grain cutting board is made up of the end sides of many pieces of wood.

Wood fibers in this design run vertically throughout the board, so when cutting, the wood fibers don’t get severed, allowing scratches to heal and be less visible. Also, your knives will stay sharper much longer.

Available in 3 sizes and 5 types of wood with a dark walnut border. All 4 sides include inlaid turquoise and finger holes for easy lifting. Non-marring rubber feet protect your counter or tabletop.

This cutting board is SO STUNNING, I am blown away. I’ve amended what I bought it for, because there’s no way I’m going to store this away in a cupboard. It’s going to live on the kitchen counter, front and center. It’s benchmark quality craftsmanship. (It actually feels like marble.) A work of art!


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The surface of an end-grain cutting board resembles the end of a 2 x 4.  That’s where it gets the name “end grain.” A board like this is composed of many short pieces of hard wood. These pieces are arranged vertically and grafted together, side-by-side. Together, the ends of all of the pieces make up the cutting surface.

An end-grain cutting board has the benefits of being both attractive and easy on your knives. This cutting board construction creates a distinctive looking checkerboard pattern. An end-grain board also has a very fibrous cutting surface, so a knife’s edge is likely to sink into the wood fibers while you are cutting.  This type of board also doesn’t show scratches as easily.


Cutting Board Size

Large 19" x 12" — $425, Medium 15" x 10" — $275, Small 10" x 7" — $150

Shipping $50


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