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This item sold on August 31, 2009.

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This playful spoon is 12" overall, with a 3" bowl.
The handle is left deeply textured on the sides to accent the hammer forging technique. A hole is punched hot (not drilled) for handy hanging.

Perfect for soups, sauces, and general serving.

These spoons are made the old-fashioned way, as they were in Colonial days. In fact, I learned the technique in classes with the Colonial Williamsburg blacksmiths!

How often do you get the chance to give an heirloom for such a modest price? This spoon will be around hundreds of years from now, passed on from hand to hand and kitchen to kitchen, smoothed with daily use.

These forged ladles begin as steel bars, and are entirely forged in my shop from one piece.
The handle is vigorously wire brushed when still glowing hot to smooth the gripping surface and make them comfortable in your hand.
Finally, they are rubbed with pure olive oil and baked for an hour to produce a completely non-toxic finish.
Maintenance is as easy as rubbing more of the oil of your choice on any dry spots- can be hand washed, but as with your favorite cast iron pans, avoid the dishwashing machine!

Wishing you generations of enjoyment!

Forged Serving spoon

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  • Materials: iron, steel, olive oil
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 4 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people