This Mosaic Challah Cutting Board, from solid wood, features Etz-Ron’s signature multi wood mosaics and an integral Sheffield steel knife that fits seamlessly inside the board. Make your Shabbat dinners extra special with this beautifully designed mosaic challah board for your home.
The mosaics are cut from solid wood pieces, using over 30 different species of wood from all over the world. I inlay the pieces into the board by hand, a labor intensive process. No stains or dyes are used on the woods so that you can experience the colors and grain pattern of each individual wood. The result is stunning and beautiful asset to your Shabbat table for years to come. Be careful, the knife is surgeon sharp.
These boards have been gifted to countless newlyweds over the years, and they make a very meaningful wedding present, well loved by those that receive it.
Approximate dimensions: L: 40 x 23.5 x 2.3 cm (15.7 x 9 x 0.79 “) ; xl: 40 x 28 x 2.3cm(15.7 x 10.5 x 0.79 “)
How to care for the cutting board? This Mosaic Challah Cutting Board will last for years if taken care of properly! Some of my customers have had the same board for over 35 years! First, choose the side you want to cut on, and use only that side for cutting. Never immerse your cutting board in water, rather wipe clean with a damp cloth. Rejuvenate your board every month by applying a coat of mineral oil. It is easy to do and food safe. Just wipe it on and wipe off the excess with a soft lint free cloth.
Each cutting board is unique, the ones pictured here are already sold. You will be getting something similar, but the wood pattern may be different, the mosaics will be different. This new run has mostly dark base woods ( like the main photo) with only a very few of light color base woods.
Contact Me, if you would like to see what is in stock at any given moment. These cutting boards fly out of my shop quicker than I can make them!
Shipping on this item and other heavy items at Etz-Ron: The rates for shipping have risen the whole world over. Each piece of wood, even of the same species, has a different weight/density. A very few of the cutting boards (including packaging) will come in under the 2kg weight for the cheaper shipping option, but if the cutting board over 2 kg they must be shipped with the express shipping option. For ease of check out, I have defaulted all shipping of this item to express shipping. However, if the board you select is packed and weighs in under 2kg, it will ship with the cheaper service and you will be refunded the extra shipping (approximately $20) . This can only be determined once the cutting board is packaged and ready to go. Contact me. and I will be happy to show you cutting board options.
If you are ordering a cutting board to be sent to an address in Israel, contact me as well.
“Yes! It ( the Mosaic Challah Board with Knife made by Etz-Ron – Handcrafted Wooden Judaica, Wood Art & Home Decor, and Handmade Jewelry) came! Thank you so much. It is perfect. All the best”, Y.M., Los Angeles, CA
“…we’ve been giving our family all the beautiful Judaica that you made. I gave my mom the (mosaic) Challah Board for Hannukah, and she LOVED it! To my grandparents we gave them a mezuzah and one of the picture frames. To my brother J.., and to my brother and sister in law, we gave each one of them a (and a mezuzah — both of them went gaga over them. AND, we gave my uncle A… one of the mezuzah’s also. So, it’s kind of cool that all of your work is scattered throughout the family!” J.W., San Francisco, CA
“The package arrived and the gift ( mosaic challah board and matching candlesticks) was given to the bride-to-be in front of her parents. We wanted you to know how excited she was to receive this beautiful gift. As always, we look forward to another Simcha when we can buy from you. R. & M. K., Cinncinnati, OH“Dear Amy, The gift (, a mosaic cutting board with knife) arrived safely, and was waiting for them in their apartment (magic?!) when they returned home. They loved it! I hope you enclosed one of your business cards within, so they can brag to all their friends as to its origins. Thanks again, B.M., Rehovot, Israel