English Beech End Grain English Oak Chopping Boards

Made to Order European Beech

Hand made to order. 2-3 week manufacture time. Please contact if you need one of our products sooner.


Beech is pale brown/pink with the occasional reddish streak. A very heavy and dense hardwood that is well suited for chopping boards. 


Extra Large Plus: 605mm x 468mm

Extra Large: 550mm x 413mm

Large: 495mm x 358mm

Medium: 440mm x 303mm

Small: 385mm x 248mm

Extra Small: 330mm x 193mm


Please note: Handmade boards have a tolerance of +/-20mm in each dimension. If you need an exact size please contact us before placing an order.


All boards are 40mm thick. Slimline boards are 30mm thick.

  • What's all the fuss about 'End-Grain'?

    An end grain cutting boards surface is up to one and a half times harder than a standard "face grain" cutting board alternative.

    The orientation of the wood fibres mean that a knife will slide between fibres rather than cutting them. This means the board surface will last longer.

    Regular treatment with our Oil and Wax will cause the board to "self-heal". This will impel the wood fibres to close together around most scratches on the surface; almost bringing back the original surface finish.

  • Care Instructions

    Our chopping boards require monthly maintenance in order to keep the looking and working their best.

    Applying our chopping board oil monthly prevents your board from drying out and potentiality cracking after repeated washes.

    For further protection a special blend on mineral oil and beeswax is applied to the surface. This makes the surface further resilient to water as well as restoring the glossy finish.

    Mineral Oil and Chopping Board Wax is also available to buy to ensure your board stays in the best condition.

  • Disclaimer

    Due to the handmade nature of these products and timber being a natural material, all measurements are approximate. Appearance, colour and grain patterns will vary between all products. For more information please contact us and for further examples of colour and grain variations please visit out galley page.