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  • The Barringer Board is made from locally sourced Maple Hardwood that is responsively harvested.
  • The Barringer Board is made from locally sourced Maple Hardwood that is responsively harvested.
  • The Barringer Board is made from locally sourced Maple Hardwood that is responsively harvested.
  • The Barringer Board is made from locally sourced Maple Hardwood that is responsively harvested.
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The Barringer Board

Butcher Block Charcuterie Board made with Maple hardwood.

Regular price $79.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $79.00 USD

Introducing our original charcuterie serving board.

The Barringer Board is perfect for serving charcuterie to your small get-togethers. As your guests sample and enjoy your offerings, the natural Maple wood grain will add to the beauty of your surroundingsl

Our Maple butcher block is crafted from hard Maple that is sustainably harvested from Vermont's Working Landscape. This is the same wood that contributes to our beautiful Fall Foliage every year, and provides us with the sap used to make our world famous 100% Vermont Maple Syrup. The edge grain design is perfect for using this as a cutting board, as it tends to preserve the natural beauty of the wood grain by "hiding" many of the knife marks.

The 9.5 x 11 inch working surface accommodates a nice variety of cured meats, crackers, and cheeses. The 6 inch handle provides a secure and comfortable grip for any sized hand. The tapered sides will help you to use two hands to easily lift it from any surface.

Cleaning Recommendations for your Barringer Board:  

Wipe with a soft sponge and mild soapy water.

Do not use a scrubbing pad, and do not aggressively scrub your board.

Do not use harsh kitchen cleaners such as Comet®, Pledge® or Lysol®. 

Do not use bleach.

Never use soap based oil cleaners (like Murphy’s Oil Soap® or other wood floor cleaners), as these will leave a film that will gum the surface of the finish.

Be sure to dry the surface completely after cleaning. Allow the board to air dry on its side.

When your board develops a dry, thirsty look, it is time to apply a fresh coat of Tung Oil. This can be accomplished using our Vermont Butcherblock Company Tung Oil Polish.