This year was my first foray into selling my carved spoons. I am grateful for the resounding response to them – really. I’m glad folks like them, I love to carve them…
For December, I have just a few spoons. What that means is you folks bought them as fast as I could make them. Mostly. Then November came & knocked me out, & I got little extra–curricular woodworking done. So here’s some that got left behind before, and a couple of new ones. Leave a comment here if you would like one. Shipping in US is $6.00. Paypal works best, but you can send a check if you do it quickly for holiday delivery. Thanks for looking.
Dec #01 SOLD
A maple spoon left behind from October. Funny how the ones I think the most of are duds, and others fly outta here. If it doesn’t go anywhere this time, it’s off to the kitchen with it.
L: 10″ Width at bowl: 2 1/2″
Dec #02 – SOLD
Another in maple, this time quartered from the branch. So we get the radial flecking grain on the bowl and handle.
L: 10 1/2″ W: 2 3/8″
Dec #03 SOLD
A serving spoon in cherry. Back to a shape I have been working on for most of this year.
L: 10 3/4″ W: 2 5/8″
Dec # 04 & 05 – SOLD
These were part of a large batch this fall, fell through the cracks. We’ll call the top one #04 and the bottom #05. Cherry.
L: 7 1/2″ W: 2″
$40 each. The pair for $75.