Sculpted from a slice of Fraxinus Excelsior, grown on the Duke of Buccleuch’s estate. You can use it as a serving platter as well as a bread board. It’s been coated with food-safe osmo oil to give it some protection and bring out the beauty of the wood. The shape is a slice of a crusty loaf, nearly the length of a Baker’s dozen in inches. The edges tactile, as real bread is. The grain of the wood, reminds me of vistas in the arable Fenland. The scene varying, depending on which side you’re looking! Being wood, it won’t last as many generations as the cast iron Celtic and Staffordshire griddled, but looked after well, it should last more than one. For supporters, if you would like it, I’ll personalise the board for you by adding a message in pyrography, at the bottom or along the bottom edge, for free.