CHRISTMAS DELIVERY FOR CHOPPING BOARDS: We make our chopping boards to order, by hand, in Warwickshire. They have been so popular since their recent launch that we can no longer guarantee delivery by Christmas.
CHRISTMAS DELIVERY FOR OTHER PRODUCTS: The last date for UK orders being received before Christmas is the 18th December. Outside the UK, we can no longer guarantee Christmas delivery.

TOG chopping boards are made by hand in Warwickshire, a handful at a time. They are constructed from solid American black walnut. The five stripes echoing the copper layers in the blades of our knives are made from British cherry. Both timbers are sourced from sustainably managed forests.

Chopping boards should be made of relatively soft material so that they don’t dull the edge of your knives. Glass and ceramic are harder than steel and so will blunt a knife on the first cut. Plastic is often seen as the most hygienic board material but in fact plastic boards get chewed up with use and this creates crevices that can harbour bacteria. Wood, on the other hand, is naturally antibacterial so is, in fact, more hygienic. We also prefer it because it’s a beautiful, natural, renewable material that means every board is unique.

All our boards have feet, firstly to give grip and secondly to ensure the board doesn’t sit in water (as this can cause warping). We advise feet for these reasons but they can be unscrewed.

As well as the laser-engraved creature icons we’ve burned the board’s production number into the front edge. We’ve done this as a celebration of these being low volume hand crafted pieces and to make them unique.

We have also put a chamfer on the bottom surface of our end-grain boards. This is to make them easier to pick up.

TOG chopping boards are made by hand in Warwickshire, a handful at a time. They are constructed from solid American black walnut. The five stripes echoing the copper layers in the blades of our knives are made from British cherry. Both timbers are sourced from sustainably managed forests.

Chopping boards should be made of relatively soft material so that they don’t dull the edge of your knives. Glass and ceramic are harder than steel and so will blunt a knife on the first cut. Plastic is often seen as the most hygienic board material but in fact plastic boards get chewed up with use and this creates crevices that can harbour bacteria. Wood, on the other hand, is naturally antibacterial so is, in fact, more hygienic. We also prefer it because it’s a beautiful, natural, renewable material that means every board is unique.

All our boards have feet, firstly to give grip and secondly to ensure the board doesn’t sit in water (as this can cause warping). We advise feet for these reasons but they can be unscrewed.

As well as the laser-engraved creature icons we’ve burned the board’s production number into the front edge. We’ve done this as a celebration of these being low volume hand crafted pieces and to make them unique.

We have also put a chamfer on the bottom surface of our end-grain boards. This is to make them easier to pick up.


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