End-Grain Cutting Boards offer a tough cutting surface with a striking pattern. The unique mosaic pattern of the end-grain stands apart from any other product, and takes advantage of the most durable part of the wood for a lasting work surface. Due to their design, End-Grain Cutting Boards are also extremely beneficial to the longevity of your knives.
On edge-grain cutting boards, knives will cut directly into the fibers of wood, damaging the surface of the board, and dulling your blade in the process. With End-Grain Cutting Boards, however, your knife penetrates between the wood fibers, resulting in far less wear to your cutting board and to your knives.
Whether you are looking to add warmth to a clean modern design or match the rustic tones of classic wood cabinets, these cutting boards will look great for years of use.
Each of our End-Grain Cutting Boards is constructed, hand-finished, and oiled by our experienced woodworkers. Our boards are made from our premium stock of American Black Walnut or Pacific Coast Maple and the highest quality FDA-approved glue. Each cutting board is delivered to your door with samples of our favorite wood treatments to ensure it stays the centerpiece of your kitchen.
Available End-Grain Cutting Board Styles
Our selection of End-Grain Cutting Boards are available in two styles: Finger-Joint and Solid Wood. Both are made to meet the highest standards of even the most demanding chefs, and are certain to be a visually striking addition to your kitchen!
Solid Wood – Our premium cutting boards are built to last for generations, bringing precision manufacturing to a time-tested traditional design; these solid end-grain butcher blocks will hold up to many years of heavy use. Our Solid Wood End-Grain Cutting Boards are made from solid staves of superior Maple or Walnut. These boards offer a durable, tight grain in a beautiful form without sacrificing function.
Finger-Joint – A combination of old-world craftsmanship with sustainable modern techniques. These cutting boards are made from smaller pieces of wood connected with specifically-designed joints that resemble interlocked fingers. Due to the increased surface space between the finger-jointed staves, an exceptionally strong bond is formed when they are connected and glued, resulting in a durable cutting surface with a striking pattern.