Rosedale, North York Moors – Glass Chopping Board


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A 39cm by 28cm tempered glass chopping board made from one of Paul Heaton’s photographs and showing a Summer view from Chimney Bank in Rosedale in the North York Moors National Park, acknowledged by cyclists as one of the toughest climbs in the whole of Britain. The quiet village of Rosedale Abbey stands in the bottom of the valley surrounded by lush meadows. Dappled early evening sunlight and an interesting sky complete this attractive summer photograph.

The boards can be used as a cutting board, worktop saver, serving board, cheese board or decorative feature, and make ideal gifts.
They are are durable, hygienic – non porous, easily wiped clean and odour and stain resistant. They have non-slip rubber feet on each corner for stability.