FortRemington

Handmade Wooden Spoons and Utensils

Oxford, Florida | 2017 Sales

FortRemington

Handmade Wooden Spoons and Utensils

Oxford, Florida 2017 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(573)

Announcement   Handmade, hand carved wood spoons and kitchen utensils are my passion.
I love new gadgets in the kitchen made out of hardwoods . I also love family heirlooms as I have many of them from my Grandmother. I hope my utensils will be the same for other families. Welcome to my shop and thank you for stopping by!

I use salvaged, local, southern cherry wood as it is a superior wood for utensils. I use a Butcher Block finish that adds to the durability and I also sell them without finish if you prefer a more natural spoon. Just send me a convo and I will be happy to do that.

All of my spoons are hand made by me in the wood shop I share (and unintentionally took over) with my Dad. It's a good thing he loves me! My Dad is a 4th generation woodworker, making me the 5th generation and the first female in the lineage. All of the wood is salvaged by my Dad and me near our central Florida homes. I don’t use any duplicating machinery - each spoon is done individually so therefore they will each have character and no two will be alike. I promise you will be receiving a quality, functional utensil.

I love my central Florida home and the trees that God has blessed us with....especially southern cherry. I salvage all of them I can before they are chipped up! This is a great wood for utensils being the most durable and offers plenty of beautiful grain lines for added character.

God bless and have a great day!

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 14, 2018

Handmade, hand carved wood spoons and kitchen utensils are my passion.
I love new gadgets in the kitchen made out of hardwoods . I also love family heirlooms as I have many of them from my Grandmother. I hope my utensils will be the same for other families. Welcome to my shop and thank you for stopping by!

I use salvaged, local, southern cherry wood as it is a superior wood for utensils. I use a Butcher Block finish that adds to the durability and I also sell them without finish if you prefer a more natural spoon. Just send me a convo and I will be happy to do that.

All of my spoons are hand made by me in the wood shop I share (and unintentionally took over) with my Dad. It's a good thing he loves me! My Dad is a 4th generation woodworker, making me the 5th generation and the first female in the lineage. All of the wood is salvaged by my Dad and me near our central Florida homes. I don’t use any duplicating machinery - each spoon is done individually so therefore they will each have character and no two will be alike. I promise you will be receiving a quality, functional utensil.

I love my central Florida home and the trees that God has blessed us with....especially southern cherry. I salvage all of them I can before they are chipped up! This is a great wood for utensils being the most durable and offers plenty of beautiful grain lines for added character.

God bless and have a great day!

DJ Remington

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Stocking up on Cooking Forks and spoons!

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Time for sanding and more sanding and finish. Coffee anyone?

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Just finished a large order of muddlers. I still have some in my shop too. I like to muddle lime wedges and fresh mint leaves in my water. smiley

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About

From Salvaged Tree to Functional Wood Spoons

I got started making spoons because my husband needed a large cooking paddle to make his famous Chicken Pilau. (A local favorite in Central Florida). Since I used the wood shop for my much needed therapy time, I couldn't wait to make one. I had so much fun making it that I started replacing all the spoons in my kitchen and then all my family and friends' spoons! Then I had so many I had to start selling them so I could buy more wood.

I started doing craft shows and have enjoyed meeting new people and returning customers. I get lots of ideas by visiting with people and making special items for them.

In 2010 I quit my job and today I spend every day in my wood shop. Every morning I check on Etsy and answer any convos and respond to orders. Then I walk to work across our cow pasture to my Mom and Dad's and visit with them before heading out to the wood shop. I have every woodworking tool I could ever dream of! I'm home in the afternoon where I do all of my hand sanding and finish work. I also check Etsy again. Then I do my packing and shipping. Everything I do there is in a 2 car garage changed to a spoon shop. And I share a small corner with my husband who sometimes works from home.

During craft show season I work 7 days a week, but I wouldn't change my life right now for anything! Thanks for reading my story and I hope you will come visit me at a craft show soon! I keep them posted on my web site at www.fortremington.com

Shop members

  • DJ Remington

    Owner, Owner, Artisan, Woodworker

    I have been in the wood shop with my Dad all of my life. After focusing on wooden utensils, in 2010 I was able to quit my job and do this full time. I love my job and I'm very proud to be a native Floridian.

Shop policies

Last updated on March 14, 2018
Thank you for visiting my shop. I hope you find a perfect addition to your kitchen. I work hard to produce quality products and want you to be completely satisfied.

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Apple Pay
  • Klarna
  • Sofort
  • Ideal
  • Paypal
  • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
  • Money Order
  • Check
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale
Returns and exchange details
If you receive your item and are not happy for any reason I will refund your money when it is returned to me. Sorry, I can not pay return postage. Please email or convo me so I may fix the problem.
Payment
I will ship your items within 3 working days of receiving payment from Pay Pal or your check clearing. If I am out of town I will mention that at the top of the page or email you. I do craft shows as well that sometimes delete my stock. If I am temporarily out of an item I will email you with an expected ship date, usually no more than 3-5 days for shipping. Taxes are set for FL residents at 7%
Shipping
I will mostly be shipping Priority USPS to the continental United States. For other countries, I will be happy to check on shipping costs and adjust the fees accordingly.
Additional policies and FAQs
I welcome special orders. Please email me with any questions you may have about my products. Wholesale inquiries are welcome.