Maple Butcher Block Table With Knife Holder

John Boos
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Maple Butcher Block Table With Knife Holder

$399 Gilt
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Delivery Charge: $99
Due to larger weight and size or special delivery needs, this order is subject to a flat delivery charge, which includes handling, packaging, and transportation of this item. If you are shipping to a US address, this delivery charge will, in most cases, not exceed $199 USD. Free shipping does not apply to this charge.
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Return Policy: This item is final sale and non-returnable.

Maple Butcher Block Table With Knife Holder:

  • Made of solid Hard Rock Maple
  • End grain construction
  • Legs tapered at bottom
  • Features wooden knife holder
  • Boos Block Cream finish with beeswax coating on cutting surface
  • Cutting surface measures 24 inches square by 10 inches in depth
  • Table measures 34 inches in height, weighs 185 pounds
  • Wipe with a damp cloth

Some assembly required

Item will be a threshold delivery and will not include room of choice placement, assembly or removal of debris. Cannot be delivered to P.O. Boxes or A.P.O. and F.P.O. addresses.

Material: Maple

Brand: John Boos

Origin: United States

Conrad Boos founded this kitchen-products company — named after his son, John — in Effingham, Illinois, in 1887. A blacksmith by trade, Conrad preferred to straighten horseshoes on sycamore tree blocks that he had a local mill create, as he found the wood absorbed the shock of his hammer. The town butcher noticed this innovation and asked for a similar block for his meat market. Thus farriery gave way to food service, and now John Boos makes kitchen supplies for chefs like Charlie Trotter and Food Network stars Mario Batali and Emeril Lagasse. Butcher blocks are still on the menu, but the company also offers cutting boards, carts, compartment sinks and bar stools in food service-grade stainless steel and, where appropriate, northern hard rock maple.