Fit for teh Kings...

Posted on April 28, 2011 by Furls Business Academy | 2 Comments

Another European Pearwood spoon, this time a little more refined then it’s curly cousin (from tuesday). On this spoon I really wanted to experiment with a teardrop bowl trickling down a long stem and I think I got what I wanted (though there are definitely more spoons to squeeze out of this concept).

It’s deep bowl and teardrop shape lend it to more of a measuring spoon position in the cutlery drawer. I wasn’t very careful carving the bowl, however, so it measures only 2.13823 tablespoons and I’ve only found a few recipes requiring that quantity of crushed lemongrass seed.

If you’re into the whole adding-zesty-but-unknown-quantities-of-exotic-spices thing then I guess this is the spoon for you. It’s beautiful either way and would work fine if you were into super-sized portions of cereal, ice cream, or honey in your tea.

Sanded smooth, finished naturally and available HERE! Spoon safely!

Harrison

Posted in crafts, diy, kitchen, pear, spoon, Wood, woodcarving, Woodwork

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Kacy
Kacy

November 26, 2012

Last one to utilize this is a roettn egg!

Rileigh
Rileigh

November 26, 2012

If only there were more cevler people like you!

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