Damson Ladles

I seem to have been so engrossed in making fan birds lately that I haven’t done much spoon carving but there’s a few spoons that I carved during the summer that haven’t yet made it onto the web and I finally got round to photoing them this weekend.

These 2 ladles are carved from the two halves of a single damson branch. It’s very unusual to get a branch that splits evenly enough to be able to use both halves so I’m really pleased with the results.

The ladles are for sale: £30 each (please specify either inside or outside of curve) or £50 for the pair.

Please use the order form or send me an email.

Inside curve ladle:

Ouside curve ladle:

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About Steve Tomlin

I am a greenwood worker and scythe teacher. I carve spoons and bowls, make chairs and more from locally sourced greenwood. Alongside that I teach folk how to mow with a scythe.
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