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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeBC/CHES
  • SizeMedium
  • Weight3200g
  • Shred weight150g
  • Outer carton
  • Internal SizeW35 x D24.5 x H12.5 cm
  • External SizeW38 x D27.5 x H20.5 cm
  • Pack Size1
  • Unit PriceWas: £26.02 exVAT
    Now: £20.82 exVAT*
  • Pack Price£20.82 exVAT

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Discontinued: Cheese Storage Larder - Removable Tray

Cheese Storage Larder - Removable Tray
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Cheese Storage Larder - Removable Tray
Cheese Storage Larder - Removable Tray

"Very nice. Lovely gift idea."

Ekomi Gold Award
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Key Features

  • Clever lift out base design for presentation
  • Strong and practical design
  • Keeps cheese in ideal conditions if placed in a cool environment
  • Environmentally strong credentials
  • Stands out as an unusual gift or hamper
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Product Overview

Cheese Storage Larder - Removable Tray
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Cheese storage larder once praised by Sir Terence Conran for its design and practicality. The Cheese larder or cheese chest looks and feels like wood but is actually made from environmentally friendly bamboo. This gives the cheese chest the quality look, feel and longevity our customers require.

With its wire mesh sides, the cheese can be stored correctly and when you serve it, you simply lift out the whole wooden base and put on the table with the cheese already on it. The spindle handle attached to the base makes it easy to take in and out of the chest and also to pass around the table.

Ideal for selling with pre-selected cheeses inside as a hamper or gift. The cheese chest is always a popular choice with delis and farm shops for retail display use, but it's equally sold in wine shops and farmer's markets as a beautifully crafted gift.


Latest Reviews

5/5 Stars

Very nice. Lovely gift idea.

- 2nd March 2015

5/5 Stars

Nicely built

- 15th September 2013