I just finished four new spoons. All are from crooks with a surface straight from the knife. Flaxseed oil finish. Ready for action. If you see one you’d like, send me an email at email@example.com or leave a comment. I’ll get back to you to confirm. A check in the mail or paypal works fine for me. All prices include shipping.
The first one features “Esurio” carved into the handle. That’s Latin for “I’m hungry.” I thought it was appropriate for this big serving spoon carved from a rhododendron crook. 11 1/2″ long and 3 1/2″ wide. $200 includes shipping. Update: SOLD
The second one is a from a cherry tree that had developed some deep coloring before it fell. I decided to let this wood speak for itself. This one is especially comfortable for left-handers to use. 9 3/4″ x 3″. $125 includes shipping. Update: SOLD
The third one is a slotted serving spoon. Sap pockets are sometimes present in cherry, and a long one ended up right through the bowl. Rather that tossing it, I opened up two more spots and now it will drain your beans. 10 3/4″ x 2 3/4″. $100 includes shipping. Update: SOLD
And the fourth one is a sharply bent Norway maple server. 10″ x 2 3/4″. $180 includes shipping. Update: SOLD