First off, I want to thank everyone for the kind response to the spoons. It is much appreciated. The first batch is gone, so I have gathered a few more that are photographed and posted them here. Same as before, if you’d like one, drop me an email or make a comment right here. All the comments make it to my inbox anyway – so either method gets here. First come, first spooned. If for some crazy reason these go as quickly as before, don’t worry. there’s at least 20 more in the basket at my feet…and more in the works besides. I’m going to carve these whether anyone buys them or not.
All of the spoons are hand-made; using hatchets & knives. All have some chip-carving on the handles. Woods include cherry, birch, sycamore and some odds & ends. Finish is food-grade linseed oil (flax oil). Shipping is an additional charge of $ 6.00 in the US. Payment is either check or paypal. Email me at email@example.com if you would like any of these, or with questions.
Meanwhile, if you want to see me carve some spoons, watch this episode of Roy Underhill’s PBS show The Woodwright’s Shop http://www.pbs.org/woodwrightsshop/video/3100/3108.html
Also I will be adding some new boxes for sale soon. Great for hiding the clutter around the house. Ours are brimming with stuff…
So here is batch two of the spoons – pictures first, then description & price. Write w any questions. If you know someone with too many plastic spoons in their kitchen, set them straight. Send them a link.
SPOON # 13 = large birch serving/cooking spoon. L: 14″ , width of bowl is 3″. Almost translucent in the bowl, an effect often achieved with birch. $60. SOLD
SPOON # 15. Also birch, a straight-sectioned blank. Shovel-shaped bowl. L: 11 7/8″ and width of bowl is 2 1/2″ $45. SOLD
SPOON # 17 – so big it gets four pictures. This one falls in that spoon/sculpture category. Carved from a crook of birch, it’s about 14″ long. the bowl is 2 3/4″ at its widest point. A special serving spoon. $75. SOLD
SPOON #21 – another in a series of birch crooks. This one nearly got a hole in it, light shines through the bowl in one spot. I caught it just in time. A favorite small ladle/serving spoon. L: 8 3/4″ width of bowl 2 1/2″ $50 SOLD
SPOON # 23 Finally, a spoon small enough to eat with! Holly L: 7 1/4″ width of bowl 1 3/4″ $30. SOLD
SPOON # 24 – a small curving spoon of birch. L: 8 1/2″ width of bowl 1 3/4″ Room for initials on the handle if you’d like. Or a short name. $ 30 SOLD
SPOON # 25 – another eatin’ spoon. Cherry this time, one of my favorite local woods for spoons. The dark heartwood is centered right in the bowl both inside & out. L: 8 1/2″ Width of bowl 1 3/4″ $30. SOLD
SPOON # 26 – another birch eating spoon. A whole run of my chip-carving vocabulary just about… L: 9 1/4″ width of bowl 1 7/8″ $ 30. SOLD
SPOON # 5 – this one belonged in the first batch, but got left behind. Lost in a basket-full. Cherry, showing the great color of the heartwood. L: 9″ width of bowl 2 1/4″ $ 30. SOLD
SPOON # 27 – smallest for last. A cherry crook. One of my favorites, a small serving or eating spoon. L: 6″ width of bowl 2″ + $ 40. SOLD