This rustic French butcher’s cutting block dates to the early 1900’s. It is beautifully worn with decades of use. The stacked timber is known as bois de bout. The timber likely to be a mixture of beech, oak and pine. There is a slit at the back for holding knives and a drawer in the front. The cutting block sits on top of the supporting frame (it is not attached - as originally designed to be moved onto different counters).
This would make a lovely kitchen island table for a smaller kitchen or apartment. Wear and condition consistent with age and use.
Approx. 29½” wide x 23¼” deep x 33½” high