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Hand carved natural edged Sycamore spoon

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Meticulously hand carved from a piece of wind blown Sycamore.
A spoon that is more for show than heavy kitchen use! A lovely shaped spoon with really nice grain throughout, enhanced with the addition of the bark edged bowl and beautiful rippling effect.

This item is very delicate due to the nature of the timber and bark edge, so should be for display use only!

Measures approximately 19cm in length. Bowl is approximately 5cm diameter and 1.5 cm deep.

Finished with Walnut Oil, which is food safe and enhances the grain in the wood.

Hand crafted by Rich Stafford in Cornwall from sustainably sourced, recycled, or reclaimed timber.


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5 out of 5 stars
Feb 22, 2017
Beautiful product, just what I wanted
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Beautiful to use as well as to look at. It also feels wonderful. I love it.
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  • Materials: Wood, Sycamore, Walnut Oil
  • Feedback: 3 reviews
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