Created Straight Edge Knife Boards feature a hidden high strength rare earth magnet, are easy to install and look beautiful. Each piece of Created™ Hardwood is hand-selected, air- and kiln-dried, sealed and finished to ensure the highest level of quality and durability. Our straight edge knife racks are handcrafted in Dundee, Ohio by one of our skilled craftsmen.
Includes two screws and two wall anchors for mounting.
Knives not included.
Dimensions: 18" Wide x 5-8" High x 1.25" Thick; 4lb
Product image is a stock photo. Due to the nature of a natural wood product, no two pieces of wood are exactly the same, and the actual appearance of the knife rack may differ in character, color, and grain pattern.
Knife Boards are for holding knives and are not a cutting surface.
*****Please note this is a magnetic knife board. Be sure to confirm your knives are made of magnetic material. Non-magnetic knives include: Injected plastic knives, Carbon Fiber knives, Titanium knives, and Ceramic knives. Most Damascus knives will not magnetize*****
What is our return policy?
We do accept returns less shipping with a 20% restocking fee. The customer is responsible for any shipping charges that occur coming back to our manufacturing facility. Once we confirm the item is in the same condition as it was shipped, we will issue a refund. If you have any concerns with the product received, contact us as soon as possible to talk about resolutions.
Exchanges are welcome! The item purchased needs to be returned in its original factory condition including all packaging material, accessories, and hardware. Customer is responsible for incoming and outgoing shipping costs for exchanges.
Each piece of Created™ Hardwood is hand-selected, air- and kiln-dried, sealed and finished to ensure the highest level of quality and durability. However, a piece of wood never truly “dies”, and variations in temperature and humidity can cause wood to expand and contract. Small splits are not unusual, and sometimes seal themselves with climate cycles. Resin fills are also susceptible to minor cracking and separation as a result of the wood’s movement. These are normal occurrences associated with solid wood furniture, as are dings and dents, and should be considered added character rather than damage.