Spoons for sale, July 27

 

I’ve been working on oak furniture lately, but here’s a few spoons I have either finished, or just re-photographed. Back in May I finally  took a plunge with my spoon-decoration. Being inspired by a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts’ Greek pottery galleries; I decided to use my furniture-carving ideas on a small scale – the spoon handles. Not too small a scale, some of these spoons are the largest I have made in ages.

The minute I struck the gouges on the first one – I knew I was headed in a new direction spoon-wise. Funny after all these years to branch out a bit…

Almost all are cherry crooks. There’s a few crooks left out there, waiting for me to get at ’em…

If you’d like to order a spoon, leave a comment and we can use paypal for payment and shipping arrangements. Prices include shipping in US – further afield, there will be additional charges.

thanks for your support. Back to oak now….

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July spoon #1, SOLD

large cherry crook

L:  15 3/8″   W:  3 3/4″
$165 includes shipping in US.

 

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July spoon 02, large cherry crook

L: 13″  W:  4″
$165 includes shipping in US.

 

 

 

 

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July spoon, large cherry crook #3

L: 13″  W: 3 1/2″

$150 includes shipping in US

 

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July spoon #04 – SOLD

L: 9 3/4″  W: 3″

$135 includes shipping in US

 

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July spoon 05  SOLD

L:  11 1/2″  W:  3″
$135 includes shipping in US

 

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July spoon 06, SOLD

birch; one of my typically weird-shaped spoons. I often find these sweeping, curving crooks and insist there’s a spoon in them. There is, but…it’s an unusual spoon.

L:  11 1/4″  W:  3″

$120 includes shipping in US

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July spoon 07;  SOLD

cherry crook from sapwood. Back to a smaller scale.

L:  7 1/2″  W: 1 3/4″
$70 includes shipping in US

 

 

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July spoon 08;   SOLD

cherry; radially-split cooking spoon.
L:  10 1/4″  W:  3″
$85 includes shipping in US

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Spoons for sale, July 27

  1. Howdy Peter
    Spoons are beautiful.
    Like how you let the wood decide.
    I’ll try not to be so OCD!!
    I’m trying mesquite wood .
    First attempt is roughed out .
    Tools required for next phase will be purchased when financial adviser (wife!) gives the OK!!
    Look forward to future blogs.

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