SPOONS FOR SALE – MAY 2014 – UPDATED; all sold. more in late June

I finally got around to taking some photos of the recent spoons. I took these with me to Lie-Nielsen, so we’d have stuff around during the workshop…now they’re ready to go.

If you’d like one, leave a comment telling me which one(s). If you don’t hear from me, it’s fine. The timed comments keep everything in order, so we know who’s got what. Theoretically. I usually just use paypal, but some folks like to send a check, which is fine w me.

Shipping to the US is $7. Elsewhere, we’ll figure it out.

UPDATED – ONE SPOON LEFT AS OF Sat, May 24, 7pm 

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14-66. SOLD   Cherry makes you work harder, but pays dividends too. Great color & strength. this one works either way, but feels best lefty.

L:  6 3/4″   W:  1 1/2″

$35

 

14-66

14-66 side view

 

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SPOONS ETC BELOW HERE ARE SOLD

14-61.    SOLD   A birch serving/cooking spoon.

L:  10″  W:  2 5/8″

$50

 

14-61

 

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14-68,  SOLD  small birch spoon.

L:   7  7/8″  W:  2 1/4″

$40

14-68

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14-69,  SOLD    birch server.

L:  11″    W:  2 3/4″

$50

 

14-69

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14-62. SOLD    Cherry crook. L: 9″  W: 1 3/4″

$40.

 

14-62

14-62 side

 

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14-63.   SOLD     Apple – the best wood for spoons. Period. says me, anyway. L: 8 3/4″  W:  2″

$45

 

14-63

 

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14-64.   SOLD     Apple, even better this time – some heartwood for color. L: 8 3/4″  W:  2 1/4″

$45

 

14-64

 

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14-65, SOLD    But birch is no slouch either. Translucent, crooks galore – it’s great stuff.

L: 7 1/4″  W:  1 3/4″

$40

14-65

 

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14-46; – SOLD    Last chance for this one – it’s up to the kitchen if no one claims it. An unknown very hard wood. Lefty for certain. The wood is heavy, it came from a shrub growing between a red maple swamp & a cranberry bog. Scaly bark, deciduous. One day I’ll figure it out. I loved carving it. I have one more piece to use up.

L:  11 1/2″ W:  2″

$50

 

14-46

14-46 overall

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14-60 – SOLD    a birch server. We use one this size for scooping yogurt.

L:  8″  W:   2 1/2″

$40

14-60

 

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14-59. SOLD    A small birch serving spoon, with a hook under the handle.

L:  9 “W:  2 1/2”

$50

14-59 side view

 

14-59 overall

 

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14-56. SOLD   the first of a batch of weird cherry crooks. all pretty large.

L:  W:  3 1/2″

$75

 

14-56 handle view 14-56 overall

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14-57 – SOLD    mostly heartwood this time. A great server.

L: 11″   W:  3 1/4″

$75

14-57 overall 14-57 side view

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14-58 –  SOLD  more of the same.

L:  9 1/2″  W:  2 5/8″

$70

14-58 overall

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14-67  SOLD    the longest of these crooks.

L: 12 1/2″   W:  3 1/8″

$85

14-67

14-58 side view

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Oak frame-and-panel. SOLD    

This is the latest in the series of these. 15 1/2″ x 22″. Carved with a variety of patterns from the Ipswich, Massachusetts furniture that I draw from so often. This is just how a cupboard door was made, but usually at this point these are wall-hangings. It’s pinned now, in the photo it was 98% done. I’ll add modern hanging wire & eyes on the back if you’d like.

$450.

frame & panel

 

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