Handmade Live-Edge Black Walnut Charcuterie Board

Handmade Live-Edge Black Walnut Charcuterie Board

This handmade black walnut charcuterie board would serve as a memorable base for charcuterie goodies.

This thick live-edge board is made by the brand Forest to Table, which couldn't describe the look of this piece any better. Because this board is over 2 feet long, it can be left on a counter to serve grilled meats, appetizers, fruit or, of course, the typical charcuterie faire.

This board would also be a wonderful addition to any grazing table, appetizer or dessert display at parties, including weddings. It would look elevated and interesting with cheese, crackers, meats, spreads and olives with sprigs of rosemary and edible flowers at even the fanciest affair.

black walnut charcuterie board
This shows the underside of the board, where feet elevate it a bit above the countertop

What we love about this serving board

  • The black walnut wood is rich in tone and has beautiful, natural grain patterns for design interest.
  • The live edges add movement and interest to the grazing board.
  • Because this charcuterie board is hand-made, it is a unique piece of art. You'll never go to someone else's house and see the exact same board.
  • It is hand made in the USA by a woodworker who is also a logger. The wood you get has been hand chosen by the craftsman.
  • It is solid hardwood. This black walnut charcuterie board with raised feet and about 1.25" of thick solid hardwood looks high end and elegant in any setting.

black walnut charcuterie board
This black walnut charcuterie board is handmade in the USA

The sustainably harvested board is one of a kind, handmade and high quality - we couldn't ask for more. It is already oiled, but the Amazon listing suggests continued oiling over time. We'd consider this an investment piece because it truly will last forever and is a timeless design, but the price is competitive for a high-end serving piece.

If you're looking for a wood charcuterie board, but are interested in woods other than black walnut, be sure to check out our blog on our favorite wood boards by clicking here.