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This is a small 4 inch long handmade wooden coffee measuring spoon made from salvaged Black Walnut wood from Denver, Colorado. I call this design a "Tadpole Coffee Scoop". It is designed to stay in the can with the grounds so you won't have to stumble around bleary eyed in the morning looking for it. It holds about 1 tablespoon but each one is a little different so a little testing is necessary. It is carved with creamy sap wood on the top with the first of the dark brown heart wood exposed in the bowl. There is a little dimple in the handle for your thumb to fit into. There is some curly figure in the wood . Finished with Beeswax and mineral oil finish.

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Handmade wooden coffee measuring spoon of salvaged Black Walnut wood

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: walnut wood, beeswax, mineral oil
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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