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It’s a cheese party!
So you’ve been assigned the cheese plate at the next get-together. CheeseBox is here to hold your hand, transporting your goudas and goats easily, safely, and in style. The box is constructed of a sturdy pine and you can choose to outfit with the leather strap for carrying. The longest compartment houses a bottle of wine, a demi-baguette, or a sleeve of crackers with a knife or two. The three smaller compartments fit wrapped cheeses (not included) of various shapes and sizes (shown here with our ingenious cheese paper and Bee's Wrap). And talk about a good party trick: the lid slides off, flips over, and becomes a cheese board!
The cheese pictured here (unfortunately) is not included, but we've got plenty of recommendations for which wedges to pick up at the store, right this way!
Photography by Rocky Luten and Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Maple lid, Pine box, Leather strap, Magnet closure.
17" L x 9" W x 4" H.
Care & Notes -
Care instructions come with each piece. Before use, remove lid and wipe inside with a damp cloth to remove any wood shavings or sawdust. Line compartments with parchment or wax paper before each use. Handwash only. Wipe CheeseBox down with mild dish soap and water. Dry thoroughly. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Natural mineral oil may be used on this product.
Meet the Maker
When it comes to dessert, PieBox doesn't mess around. They sell just one thing (you guessed it), making them experts at their craft: simply designed wooden boxes, handmade in Chicago, that ensure pies everywhere reach their final destinations unharmed. This takes the emphasis off transporting pies, and puts it on enjoying them. Amen to that.View Full Profile
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