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John Boos Gathering Block 25x24x4

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This John Boos Gathering Block from the American Heritage Collection mixes style with utility while enhancing your cooking experience. Available in 11 bold colors! Fluted and turned legs exemplify the craftsmanship that goes into every John Boos product.
Warranty:1 Year
Made in:Effingham, IL - USA
Assembly Required:Yes - Legs must be attached

Presenting the American Heritage Collection from John Boos & Company, America's oldest manufacturer of premium quality kitchen equipment designed to the exacting standards of professional chefs. Since 1887, John Boos & Company has proudly offered fine butcher blocks, cutting boards, kitchen workstations and carts, and other food preparation products. Generations of professionals have used them in restaurants, commercial and institutional food service, government and educational food service, even the White House. Now, the American Heritage Collection brings this level of quality and unparalleled craftsmanship to products designed to be at home in the finest kitchens in America, including yours!
  • 4" thick Hard Maple end grain top
  • One wicker basket
  • One slatted shelf
  • Distressed finish
  • 36" overall height

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Wish the top was electable.
Mark (NJ) 12/28/2015 5:20 AM
I bought this walnut stain island with the 24x25x4 maple top. It was OK but I wasn't in love with it. I decided to replace the maple top with a 27x30x4 walnut top. Now I love it! The walnut top makes a huge difference. One of the problems I see with Boos stuff is they don't allow you to select maple, cherry or walnut. Different carts and islands come with different woods but if you don't like the wood, too bad for you. My other gripe is the basket. It came with a flimsy plastic liner which I threw away. Bad move! I store kitchen towels in there and now they always come out of there with a stale smell. I guess I will have to polyurethane or paint it.