Nalbari Chopping Board
Nalbari chopping boards are skilfully assembled using segments of sustainable mango wood. The natural variation in the colours make a lovely patchwork effect. They can be used as chopping boards, or sharing platters for antipasti or artisan breads. The long rectangular chopping boards are ideal for home cooking. Complete with leather tie for easy storage. Wash with warm soapy water, rinse & dry after use. Maintain and nourish with an olive or walnut oil to the surface.
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|Size ||Dimensions (H x W x D) |
|Small ||2cm x 38cm x 15cm (dia) |
|Medium ||2cm x 50cm x 16cm (dia) |
|Large ||2cm x 60cm x 20cm (dia) |
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RESPONSIBLY PACKAGED! Packaged with the environment in mind, your order will be wrapped in items which are easy for you to recycle - cardboard, shredded paper, biodegradable tissue paper etc. We re-use packaging & boxes from our suppliers where possible. It may on occasion be that some products, such as lanterns, include polystyrene to ensure they get delivered to you in once piece. Please ensure you reuse or recycle the packaging where possible.
100 DAYS TO CHANGE YOUR MIND! If the item is not as you expected, you have 100 DAYS to change your mind and return it to us, as long as the item is unopened and in its original packaging. Check out our terms for the full details.
Why am I Eco?
Whenharvested correctly, mango wood is a sustainable source. Once the treereaches a certain age, it will no longer bear fruits. Its an this pointthe trees are removed, to make space for new plantations. Where thefruits were the initial reason for growth, the wood carving has provideda secondary income to many Indian families.
Nkuku was founded after a year travelling and working by its owners in Africa and India, meeting artisans, and witnessing the astounding skills but challenging living standards and restricted opportunities. Their objective became to promote and develop the traditional skills of these artisans and bring their work to the UK market through eco-friendly businesses. Whilst promoting fair trade and establishing a business that could provide a lifestyle change for our family and an income for ourselves. Nkuku is socially responsible and is built on the principles of fair trade and equal opportunity.
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