Opinel La Grande kitchen cutting board beech, 47 x 27,5 cm, 002372


The Opinel beech wood cutting board will become a beautiful addition to your kitchen, where it will certainly catch the attention of your guests. Ideal for slicing meat, roasts and poultry. More

Manufacturer: OpinelProduct code: 002372
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The Opinel beech wood cutting board will become a beautiful addition to your kitchen, where it will certainly catch the attention of your guests. Ideal for slicing meat, roasts and poultry. More

Manufacturer: OpinelProduct code: 002372
Shipping and Payment

Opinel La Grande kitchen cutting board beech, 47 x 27,5 cm

This large beech wood cutting board will find its place in the kitchen, but also on the table when cutting beef or chicken. It was created by the design studio BIG-GAME and designed for easy use and practical storage.The profile of the cutting board offers an easy grip and thanks to the juice catcher, you can use it without the risk of getting it dirty. The cutting board is not suitable for the dishwasher. It should be washed by hand and dried immediately.

- Dimensions: 47 x 27,5 x 2,7 cm
- Material: beech wood
- Not dishwasher safe

Opinel - a design icon
The story of the now iconic Opinel brand begins in the 19th century, when the merchant Victor-Amédée Opinel learned to forge nails during his travels and subsequently set up his forge in France. After his death, his son Daniel took over the craft and became the "maker of sharp objects" for the local farmers, as the blades of his sickles and scythes were renowned far and wide as the sharpest possible. But the real Opinel - the closing pocket knife - would have to wait a little longer to be discovered. Daniel Opinel's eldest son, Joseph, decided to follow in his father's footsteps and, driven by an artistic passion...he combined hand craftsmanship with the most advanced technology of the day to create a small miracle. The year was 1890 and the Opinel pocket knife saw the light of day, a knife loved from day one and handed down from generation to generation. The knife, which over the following years won hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, became a staple in many households and a bit of a symbol of France...
Nowadays, the company not only produces legendary outdoor knives, but also has a sophisticated kitchen program, including forged kitchen knives; you can also buy stainless steel cutlery and steak knives from Opinel today.