I’m slowly getting the hang of the new shop, and working into a regular schedule. As part of the sorting and moving, I have sorted a lot of spoons-in-progress and worked at finishing some. I also found some bowls-in-progress. Finished one of these, and hope to keep working up the others. Eight spoons for sale plus the bowl. Paypal works easiest, just leave a comment indicating what item you’d like to order. Then I can send an invoice. If you want to send a check, just let me know in the comments. Prices include shipping in the US, other shipping is an additional charge.
thanks as always. PF
UPDATE, JAN 16, THE SPOONS ARE SOLD OUT, BUT I’M CARVING MORE EACH DAY. JUST GOT A LOAD OF CHERRY TODAY. MORE SPOONS LATER THIS MONTH. THANKS EVERYONE FOR THE SUPPORT.
HEWN BOWL, BUTTERNUT
Jan bowl. Butternut. From a lop-sided large branch. I just free-formed this one into a bowl shape, chip-carved along the long sides. A sweeping, shifting form.
L: 13 1/2″ W: 6″ H: (varies, highest point is 4 3/4″)
Jan 01. SOLD
A big one. Birch. This spoon was the 2nd split off a really large crook. Quite a deep bowl.
L: 16 1/2″ W: 3 1/2″
Jan 02; SOLD
one of a few in american sycamore. This wood grows good crooks; but is tough to split sometimes. I like the way it carves; and the chip carving is especially crisp in this wood.
L: 9″ W: 1 7/8″
Jan o3, SOLD
this is also sycamore. A spot of the heartwood shows in the bowl. asymmetrical handle gives it a nice sweep…
L: 11 5/8″ W: 2 5/8″
Jan 04; SOLD
a few in birch. This is a style of serving/cooking spoon I’ve done a number of times. I never get tired of it…also, a look into its future, beside a similar spoon from ten years ago.
L: 12″ W: 2 1/2″
Jan 05; SOLD
a cherry crook slipped in. Another cooking/serving spoon.
L: 9″ W: 2 7/8″
Jan 06; SOLD
back to birch…this might be my favorite of this batch.
L: 13 3/8″ W: 3″
Jan 07; SOLD
a small, angled cherry crook. One of those spoons I often make, not a symmetrical bone in its body. Righty.
L: 7 1/2″ W: 1 5/8″
Jan 08; SOLD
I take it back. the other one is my 2nd favorite. This one is it. Maple, a wood I rarely use; but a nice gentle crook.
L: 12 3/4″ W: 2 3/4″