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Amish Dipping Bread Board

Regular price $85.00
Regular price Sale price $85.00
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A serving board for all the bread-loving, olive oil-dipping foodies out there. This board easily accommodates a loaf of bread ready to be sliced with a swirled well at one end to fill with your favorite oil or dip. 

Proudly handmade by the Amish community in Pennsylvania using generational techniques that exemplify perfect craftsmanship. 

Whether it be dustpans, brooms, candleholders, or cutting boards, Ennis Park is proud to showcase this community's mastery in making the most simple of everyday items both beautiful and functional for your family and generations to come. 

Finished with food-grade mineral oil. Made to endure daily use for years to come.

  • Note: Due to the nature of wood and handmade products, each board has its own unique wood grain pattern and varies from product to product.

Handmade by the Amish in Pennsylvania, USA

Dimensions

15.25" x 7" x .75"

Materials & Care

Hard maple.

Hand wash with warm water and unscented soap if needed. Wood products are not dishwasher safe.

Shipping & Packaging

Shipping is always free for orders over $100 (domestic US). A $9 flat rate applies otherwise.

We use 100% compostable and recyclable packing supplies— paper (in multiple forms) being the most common. Apart from the clear protective sleeves for our art prints, we never use plastic.

For the modest entertainer.

Gone (or mostly gone) are the days of meticulously designed tables and shiny serving platters covered in ambiguous finger foods. Foodies and party hosts know that the way to everyone's hearts— and stomachs— is to serve beautiful and delicious food in a relaxed, effortless way that says "I tried but not too hard!". In comes the beloved wooden serving board. Whether you use it on its own for family meals or show it off as part of an appetizer spread at your next gathering, our serving boards are beautiful eye-catchers that make you feel put together, even if you only have time to throw a few cheeses and crackers on it.

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