The modern butcher block was developed to provide a more sanitary and stable cutting surface. Prior to the invention of butcher block, butchers cut on “tree rounds” or a section of tree trunk set on legs. A Butchers block, because of its construction, was fundamentally more stable.
The modern butcher block was always solid and usually very thick, allowing the butcher to work on the block for a long period of time. A butcher would buy a block as an apprentice and use it for his entire career! Today, as well as keeping their usefulness, butchers blocks make an attractive and stylish addition to many kitchens.
Cotteswood are able to make butchers blocks to any size and shape to meet the customers’ requirements. They can be simple and traditional in style or they can have added levels and different types of work surface to become multi-functional.
Cotteswood produce beautifully hand crafted bespoke kitchens in a wide variety of styles, combining traditional and contemporary materials to seamlessly fit with any style of home.
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