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Wooden 'Eating And Soup' Spoon | No. 147

Oak and Jay

$46.56


Whether eating your morning muesli or frying up some rice, make your bowl even more joyful with one of our handmade wooden eating spoons.

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    Product description

    Whether eating your morning muesli or frying up some rice, make your bowl even more joyful with one of our handmade wooden eating spoons.

    Please note: Only 1 of each product is available. Unfortunately, there is currently no inventory management within NOTHS, so please do not order more than 1 of an item. If you do, we will simply decline the order and you can place it again with correct quantities.

    They’re designed with mouths in mind and are perfectly food-safe, made from hardwoods and waxed with raw linseed oil and beeswax. You won’t go back to metal tableware once you’ve experienced the quiet of your wooden spoon sliding silently across your plate.

    Wood type: Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna)

    Source: Sustainably pollarded limb from West Cork, Ireland

    Maker: Nick Kelly

    Date made: October 27, 2020

    Time taken to make: 1 hour 20 minutes

    Finish: Hand-sanded to a soft, matte finish then oiled with food-safe linseed oil and beeswax

    Variations

    Functional and simple design mixed with ancient hand carving techniques allow our wooden wares to be both lightweight and incredibly strong at the same time. Over ten years in design has given Nick, our maker, a strong belief in always allowing the wood to speak for itself.

    With each piece he examines and follows the grain as he works, keeping the unique bends and burls rather than tossing them out like most makers would. This means you receive a stronger and more beautiful item than you would from someone who just carves from straight-grained blanks. It also means that every piece is entirely unique, so what you see in the photo is exactly what you will receive in the mail.

    Overview

    • Gift wrapping available

    Dimensions

    Length: 15.5 cm

    Width: 3 cm

    Scoop length: 7.5 cm

    Scoop width: 3 cm

    Scoop depth: 1 cm

    Made from

    We strive to create closed-loop economies in our lives and in our business, so instead of throwing away the wood that is tough to work with, we take chances that other makers won't, and allow the unique bends and burls to become parts of our work that you will fall in love with.

    You end up with a piece of work that no one else will ever have—no two pieces we make will ever be the same—and we get the joy and satisfaction of making something that will last a lifetime from wood that otherwise would have been left to turn back into soil.

    Using only a hatchet, a few knives, and a vice, each piece of wood is split and carved while allowing the curves and knots of the wood to tell us what the wood would like to become. We don't keep sketches or draw our work on the wood before we start. Instead, we look at the grain and begin to work a rough shape out of the wood with an antique, Victorian hatchet.

    We then, in the case of our spoons, shape a bowl using a hook knife and finish the back of the bowl and handle with a straight knife, leaving the faceting effect that comes from each stroke of the knife.

    Our pieces are finished by soaking them in hot water, then wet sanding them down to a soft, matte finish. They are left to dry overnight, then coated with a food-safe linseed oil and beeswax mixture and left to soak overnight again, letting the oils penetrate and embed into the grain of the wood. We polish them the next morning, but never to a shine, because we believe that a piece of art should reflect the materials it is made from, and trees are not naturally shiny, straight, or perfect.

    Product code

    1030238


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    Returns

    You have 28 days, from receipt of cancellable goods, to notify the seller if you wish to cancel your order or exchange an item.

    Please note: goods that are personalised, bespoke or made-to-order to your specific requirements, perishable products and personal items sold with a hygiene seal (cosmetics, underwear) in instances where the seal is broken are non-refundable, unless faulty.

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    Oak and Jay

    Cork, IE