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Zassenhaus Bread Board Rubberwood - 42 x 28 x 2cm

  • Zassenhaus Bread Board Rubberwood
  • This Bread Board is made from Rubberwood and is a product of Zassenhaus International


Product Description

  • Zassenhaus Bread Board Rubberwood
  • Bread cutting board 42 x 28 cm
  • From sustainably grown rubber wood
  • With crumb use


For nearly 50 years Gilberts have supplied the Catering Equipment and Housewares markets, through a nationwide network of distributors, with the finest food equipment from around the world and, in the process, gained an enviable reputation for quality, reliability and service. Offering tried and tested product ranges from World Famous brands such as: Gustav Emil Ern, Peugeot, UWO Wolf, Moha, Acea, Westmark, Kisag, Sieger, Paderno, Nemco, Mussana, Garibaldi, Johny, Porkert, Sveico, Zenker, Tucel, Piazza (and many more!), Gilberts offers the discerning customer a "one-stop" source for all their needs. Our purpose-built distribution centre allows us to hold comprehensive stocks of our wide product range and to respond rapidly to customer requirements. Our expertise in sourcing new and innovative products enhances our position in the market-place whilst long-standing relationships with our suppliers ensure continuity of development and support.


Length: 42 Width: 28 Height: 2 cm

About Brand

Committed a traditional brand Enjoyment and quality of life are more than ever connected to the kitchen and cooking. The course concludes with a preparation. Fragrant, hand ground coffee, fresh grains or spicy pepper awaken in us a sense of wellbeing and remember the old traditions. In this context Zassenhaus stands with his coffee and spice mills since time immemorial. Who knows Zassenhaus, knows that passion and craftsmanship are reflected in the products. Experts appreciate the beauty and ruggedness of the Zassenhaus products, chefs precision and aroma, which unfold spices and coffee when they were cooked with it. And aesthetes love the timeless elegance of the collections. Zassenhaus met since its founding in 1867, the highest demands in terms of functionality and quality of products. The high quality products have always adapted their time. The independence of the Zassenhaus products regarded as one of the success factors. In addition to the range but also includes the high flexibility as one of the pillars of Zassenhaus. Without the traditional values of this small company to leave, so can always reacts to changing market situations. The origin of the company was in Schwelm, but have shifted over the years to Solingen. The competitive products in terms of price and performance keep the company competitive. A dedicated team, with clear responsibilities and good know-how ensures customer satisfaction.

About Range

Fascination with nature. Discover the extensive range of kitchen and tabletop accessories from the collections of wood Zassenhaus. All woods come from selected forest areas and processed with the utmost care. Wood is a natural material, so that each product is due to its color and texture always unique. Rubber tree & acacia wood Be inspired by an array of cutting boards and useful accessories for everyday use in the kitchen. The end-wood products in this collection are characterized by a particularly elaborate workmanship, high hardness and extreme durability. Beech The most massive forehead wood gives the products an individual look through the vibrant color and unique growth characteristics. Timeless design and high utility value characterize the collection. Teak The tropical hardwood TEAK is appreciated for its durability, its attractive appearance and its weather resistance. The stable and more solid teak products are carefully crafted in the finest craftsmanship and offer value for many years of use with minimal maintenance. The Zassenhaus teak products are manufactured from sustainable forestry grown natural wood.

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£1.85 credit back reward with this item.

Expected Despatch By 27/10/2016
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