Sie sind immer so 💗Ob ihr es glaubt oder nicht. Unsere Löffel für die Salzfässchen werden in Hamburg handgeschnitzt von einer Frau die auch Orgeln schnitzen kann. Das ist ein bisschen verrückt und wunderschön. Viel Dank Almut. 😘Wenn dein Päckchen kommt ist es ein Fest. #thankyou #spon #wood #woodspoons #holzlöffel #löffel
This is the last of three pieces I was able to pull from a big hunk of curly maple. I’ll need to pull the other two pieces in for a group shot, I love the design and finish of each one and they were a joy to carve! More curly maple in my future I expect.
Another pot stirring beauty in Bubinga. This wood is so dense you could probably also mix up some concrete for your next side project with it as well. But don’t take my word for it, but it and try it. 🤷🏼♂️
And the big brother to the scoop I posted the other day. This actually has a partner that would make it a salad set, but that one isn’t done yet....
Mini Bubinga side scoop, this is probably about 1tbs in bowl size and would make a satisfying butterball scooper. Actually, I think it would be satisfying to scoop anything with it......
T’Zalam is easy on the tools, and easy on the eyes. I’ve actually had this piece kicking around for a long time, I just hate sanding these. All the cranberry sauce your turkey could ever need on thanksgiving will fit in this gem!
Ladles are my most requested spoons and one of my favorites to make. This one is prolly the biggest I’ve carved so far.
It was a delightfully beautiful fall day when I took these pictures and these are particularly fall-y! I love the rings in the bowls. African Canary wood never disappoints.