For generations artisans have been working with beautiful Tasmanian timbers. And so tradition continues with The Big Chop. Each board has been designed and crafted in Tasmania by the hand of a skilled tradesman using traditional artisan techniques. Timbers have been carefully selected to make each board unique. Aesthetically beautiful, they're durable, kind to knives, and are a feature in kitchens all over the world.
 
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Handcrafted Tasmanian timber chopping boards by THE BIG CHOP are available in most major kitchenware stores nationally.

THE BIG CHOP range of cutting, carving, antipasto, tapas, sushi, and cheese boards are the kitchen essential choice of thousands of customers cooking at home, and leading chefs from across the globe.

Our products are the heart of the kitchen, a place of chopping, energy, inspiration, and  passion, where the cooking footprint is created.

The Big Chop kitchenware products are designed to last for generations to come.

THE BIG CHOP is celebrating 10 years, and are proudly Australian made.

As featured in Australian:

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Latest Release Chesterman 1867

Henry Chesterman
Henry Chesterman
Chesterman 1867

My great grandfather, Henry Chesterman, was a pioneering timber merchant in the 1800s and this new range represents the fine craftsmanship of those early artisans working with beautiful Tasmanian timbers. Crafted from Blackwood with Celery Top Pine stripes, this range is designed to present your culinary creations.

David Cuff - Founder,
The Big Chop

The Big Chop Timber Board Nurturing Cream

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To preserve the natural luster and timeless quality of the timbers, use The Big Chop timber board nurturing cream made from beeswax, pure lemon oil, mineral oil and carnauba wax


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