Spoon braided handle and fantasy animal
When I grew up, I always wanted to become a sea serpent and sail along at the stern of one of our dragon boats, when the Vikings set off on voyages of discovery and plunder. Then I was told I was too pretty, not fearsome enough, and better to stay home - but I still found something I'm good at! I now adorn this wonderful spoon and get, if not into the sea, then at least into the soup!
Birch wood hand carved, oiled, waxed.
Spoon set and carving stages
In this picture, you can follow the progression of a spoon as it is made. Right. It all started with a branch...
Phoenix from the ashes
Re-carved from a donated spoon of unusable shape and unattractive design and fitted with a walnut handle extension, this spoon now becomes a helper for narrow, deep jars (jam, honey...) from which it is otherwise difficult to get the contents out.
Made of two different woods, hand carved, polished and oiled.
Spoon small and elegant
This stylish tablespoon with curved handle naturally nestles in both the right or the left hand. For those who like to spoon in style. :)
Hand carved birch, polished, oiled.
Spoon with bark handle design
Amazingly slender, elegant, and yet resiliently sturdy, this maple wood spoon presents a handle that has an almost leather-like feel with the bark left on it.
Maple wood hand carved, polished and oiled.
Sugar spoon cherry leaf and flower
You say, "Well, it's pretty, but what shall it spoon out?" Well, watch this. I wasn't made for plain food! With me, you dose the finest sugar into your tea, and if you get involved with me, you might get a memory of the sight of blossoming cherry trees. I am something for connoisseurs, because as is well known, the eye also enjoys.
Hand carved basswood and oiled.
Spoon with a difference
Spoon,pierce and even cut - with this spoon you are best equipped for any food. Hard maple wood guarantees durability. Normal dish washing is possible without any problems, it only should not go into a dishwasher.
Maple wood, polished and oiled.