Spoons

A selection of my spoons
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Numero Uno!
This is the first spoon made by a young artist for his child-like bride. This spoon has now logged over 40 years of experience stirring pots of spaghetti sauce, soups, chili and all manor of voluminous foods. This was what started a hobby that has turned into a cottage business. If you want this unit you have to come talk to my wife. (don't expect to be successful getting her to part with it) We can make a spoon to start your tradition of cooking with joy.

The back outside view of an acacia 2 tbl sized coffee scoop. The yellow is sapwood sometimes eaten by worms, leaving trails in harder uneaten heart wood. Very limited supply of wood, each piece will vary in wood grain pattern and exact bowl and handle shapes.

Gravy ladle - 1 of 2. #1 pictured, #2 available. No longer in production.

Thumb scoop for dry ingredients. Private Collection, Production Upon Request

Thumb Scoop, Private Collection, Production Upon Request

Letter Opener or cheese knife. Made of olive wood, this shape fell out of the limb almost this exact shape. NFS - Private Collection

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Spoon $35
Coffee Scoop $35
Small spoon $25
Stir stick $20
Mini spoons $15
Acacia Wood $50
Plus shipping and tax,
contact me for ordering
619.252.1215
bt@finewoodspoons.com


Close up of Scoops, observe the beautiful wood grain.

Stir Sticks of maple and eucalyptus , or your favorite wood. This shape is both pan and hand friendly, like all of our utensils.

Mini spoons from the "lemonade collection. Exact shapes and sizes vary with the piece available.

Stir Sticks, the favorite shape of the artist's Mother, and a pillar of early productivity. The bottom stick in this photo was used for years, but is now retired. NFS The shape can be reproduced for you, at your request.

Sharon is the name of this shape in honor of our friend who asked for it's production. It has become a favorite in our household kitchen. It fits so many pans, and the handles vary enough that one will fit any hand. This wood is acacia.

Soup spoons, big enough for a large or medium pot. Handles and bowls vary independently so you can have the exact shape and feel you love.

Two tablespoon measure for perfect coffee in the blurry morning. These are made of acacia wood which gives them a nice weight and heft in the hand. Guaranteed to make better coffee!

Small, unusually shaped salt spoon. From the "lemonade collection". NFS- private collection. More may be produced in the future.

Button Scoop of black walnut. 1 tablespoon size is perfect for one or two cups of java.

Other side of black walnut button scoop. Smooth, round, delightful. Makes it fun to make coffee.

Button Scoop of cherry. 1 tablespoon

A spoon that nature left us of "old cherry" that was taken from Indiana to Tucson by the artist's father in the late 60's. This spoon is shaped by the quirks of nature's growth to be a light and delicate joy to behold and handle. NFS

Salad tongs, great to serve a delicious spinach, feta cheese and raspberry vinegarette salad at your next dinner party. Cherry wood.

Olive Spoon

Olive Fork

Coco Scoop

Mini Coco Spoon

Cherry Spoon

Cherry Spatula

Maple Spoon

Zebra Spoon

Coco Scoop

Coco Tongs

Mini Scoop

Acacia Spoon

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