Haberdashery counter, clothier’s table, butcher’s block, all these pieces of furniture attached to the know-how of the artisans of our neighborhoods awaken happy memories in us. Those of a life where we took the time to live, « tailler une bavette » “to chat”, according to the time-honored expression, sometimes even if it means « discuter le bout de gras » “to chew the fat” which means to contest, grumble, grumble, verbally, without animosity, in complete freedom.
The butcher’s block presented here has precisely this power to summon joyous moments, which only ask to repopulate our lives, we just need to desire it.
As you can see, it is « frais comme un gardon » “as fresh as a daisy”, in perfect condition.
It still has the beautiful porcelain handle that opens its drawer as well as the stainless steel corner brackets that hold the wood of its solid top upright.
Authentic and functional, this butcher’s block, placed in a central island, is today the star of kitchens where it is good to meet with family and friends, around good fresh products.