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Wooden Cheese Block with Hand Forged Knife

$100.00

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This sturdy cheese block, resembling a cheese wedge, is handcrafted using locally sourced hardwoods by skilled Amish artisans in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. A kitchen heirloom ready for your table.

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The handcrafted cheese block includes the stainless steel spreading knife that is hand forged and shaped. Each item is also hand-oiled with a food grade oil for the perfect finish.

Sold:
Individually
Material:
Walnut
Made in:
United States

Dimensions: 8" W x 7" H x 2 ½ " D; Knife is 7 1/2" L

Weight: 1lb 11.4oz (27.4oz)

Care: Hand Wash Knife Only; Wipe Clean Cheese Block

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