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The wooden spoons pictured below are in stock and ready for shipment. You are purchasing the actual spoon pictured.
Wooden Spoon #350 - Birdseye Maple Wood with Shaped Handle.
Wooden Spoon #351 - Curly Maple Wood Spoon.
Wooden Spoon #352 - Curly Maple Wood with Shaped Handle.
Wooden Spoon #353 - Birdseye Maple Wood with Shaped Handle.
Wooden Spoon #324 - Birdseye Maple
Big Ol' Mixing Spoon
This wooden spoon is currently our longest in Birdseye Maple - a full 14.5" in length. The 3/4" thick square handle flares at the end and has soft rounded edges allowing for the perfect grip so it truly feels good to the hand. Created with mixing in mind, the bowl has a nice hollow so it would make an excellent server as well. With the long handle you could reach clear across the table. The spoon has a light scattering of birdseye throughout - which accents the beautiful tan grain along the creamy blonde of the wood. Carved from a piece of 1.25" thick maple, you can feel the chisel gouges as you rub your thumb along smooth bowl - another hand carved piece of functional folk art you will use and admire!
Wooden Spoon #325 - Birdseye Maple Mixing Spoon
12.75" in length, this large wooden spoon is excellent for mixing. Like all of Tom's hand carved spoons, the handle is nice and thick, the bowl of the spoon is heavy and you can feel the quality of a professional chef utensil. A band of extremely condensed birdseye runs through the wood offering an interesting piece of Mother Nature for the eye to behold. This is a spoon you will be proud to show in your kitchen and happy to use when you cook or bake. The spoon bowl is approximately 3.75" in length and 2 & 3/8" in width - carved from a piece of 1.25" thick Vermont Maple.
Wooden Spoon #326 - Extreme Figure Birdseye Maple Wooden Spoon:
With an overall length of 12.75", extreme amounts of birdseye gives the wood an almost holographic look as it shimmers in light, making this spoon truly gorgeous. The two toned bowl creates an interesting divide and a black mineral streak appears to wipe it's way across the bowl, and penetrates to just a smudge on the bottom of the bowl. This does not affect the spoon's usefulness - it's just Mother Nature creating another bit of beauty that Tom was able to include in this carving. The spoon features a nice strong handle with a thick bowl, perfect as a mixing spoon for heavy batter. The bowl of the spoon is approximately 2 3/8" wide x 3 3/4" long. This Extreme Figure Birdseye Maple Spoon was carved from 1 &1/8" thick maple stock.
Slightly Curled Birdseye Maple Spoon # 327
A small but hefty spoon - 12" in length with a bowl approximately 3 & 5/8" long by 2 & 3/8" wide - and carved from a heavy piece of 1.5" thick maple. The picture doesn't do justice to the dark tan wood with light brown grain flowing through the length of the spoon. The back is particularly striking and next time we set up for photos - we will include a picture - because it is truly the most spectacular part of the wood! A slight curl may be seen along the upper edge of the spoon's bowl. The bowl has a nice hollow and yet still has some weight and thickness so you can tackle the toughest mixing and be certain the spoon will withstand it! You can't buy spoons like this in any store!
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