Our jumbo-sized chop block will accommodate endless varieties of ingredient prep made from beautiful end-grain plantation teak.
*Not one board is the same. Each board is unique depending on the cut of the wood.
From our Canary Collection, our Teak End-Grain Jumbo Chop Block is exceptionally strong and durable. Made of end-grain teak (a wood used on ships due to its moisture resistance), this block's extra-large size is reminiscent of blocks used in butcher shops and restaurants. Shades of chocolate, caramel, almond and cinnamon come together to create a gorgeous block that is almost too luxurious to use. Sized to be a chef-pleaser in the kitchen, its beauty and elegance will make even the most discernible host pleased to showcase it in their kitchen or tableside. Madeira specializes in crafting the most exotic wood on earth, and creating individual works of art for the kitchen. Translated to mean "wood" in Portuguese, the native language of Brazil where our products originate, Madeira uses only the highest quality raw materials. Our Teak line of cutting boards originates from one of the largest Teak Plantations in the world, located in South America. Plantation Teak means it is farmed using responsible forestry practices. We use remnants left over from other Teak products typically discarded during the manufacturing process. Madeira products almost completely eliminate any potential waste of materials, making our line of cutting boards "agricultural by-products". Madeira offers beautiful and affordable solutions for every kitchen, on every budget.
Madeira Plantation Teak cutting boards and utensils versatile function and beauty are perfect for any kitchen. Teak is weather resistant and commonly used in outdoor furniture and yachts, it is also perfect for use in the kitchen. Teak's tight grain and natural coloration make it an attractive material, both for aesthetic and durability purposes. The natural oils in this tropical hardwood allow it to repel moisture, warping and microbes.
These cutting boards originated from one of the largest Teak Plantation in the world, located in South America. Plantation Teak refers to the sustainability of this raw material since it is farmed using responsible forestry practices. Not only is the wood sustainable, Madeira has crafted these boards and utensils by utilizing the remnants from other Teak products that are typically discarded in the manufacturing process. Thus, Madeira is almost completely eliminating any potential waste of this beautiful material.