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Oak cheese board

Brunton ~ Cheese Board

Preisab 22,00£

Forming part of the Hadrian Collection the Brunton Cheese Board makes a perfect gift for all cheese lovers.


  • Solid Oak
  • Hand Made
  • Personalised option


Check out our personalised fonts and images below left.


Why not choose The Woodman's Hut set image option for our Brunton Cheese Boards at no extra cost - Cheese wedge (Food board - image 14)

  • Size

    Small - 300 x 170 x 20mm

    Medium - 400 x 170 x 20mm

    Large - 500 x 220 x 20mm


    All sizes may vary slightly due to the nature of making hand made products.

  • Personalise

    Personalising an item is a great way to make your gift extra special and show a loved one how much you care.

  • The Hadrian Collection

    The Brunton Cheese Board may well of been very useful in Roman times. Cheese making was well established in the Roman Empire and soldiers would even receive cheese in their rations. Brunton Turret or Turret 26B is one of two turrets associated with milecastle 26. Each milecastle along Hadrians Wall would have two associated turrets one third and two thirds of a Roman mile to the west of the milecastle which were probably manned by part of the milecastles garrison.

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Personalised Font and Image gallery.

Some woods are better suited for laser engraving than others. For that reason not all of my products can be laser engraved.  The same piece of wood can also show varying results of engraving from the laser burn due to the woods grain, density, moisture content, knots and blemishes etc. Any small areas of an image that does not appear to be engraved is not a fault but due to the wood itself.

Product Colour

As wood is a natural product it will have natural colour and grain variations. This also applies when oiling or staining wood meaning the same species of wood may have colour variations from piece to piece. Please bare this in mind when purchasing.

Another thing to take into account is that when viewing a wood colour finish online, is that everyone’s monitor/phone/tablet screen will have a different colour calibration meaning the same photograph of a product can have very different colour outcomes.

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