New cherry spoons

A few more new kitchenware designs and ladles photographed and online now. To order, please send an email or use my order form.

Swedish eating spoon

This is a special spoon for me anyway, you can read why here and my own version is from plum which I carved in the Czech Republic. These first half dozen were carved in the Brantwood Studio, home of John Ruskin.

Cherry 8½” long  £14
cherry eating/ cooking spoon

Carved spreaders

Wooden spreader are popular in Scandinavia, where folk use a lot more wood in their homes. These spreaders fit nicely into the hand and make a great job of putting butter, jam or whatever you fancy on your morning toast.

Cherry 7″ long approx. £5

carved spreaders

Long cherry serving spoon

A dramatic long serving spoon carved from a naturally curved cherry branch. Lots of deep coloured heartwood in the bowl and on the underside of the handle. All the ladles and servers are one-offs and this one sold within 2 days of me putting it up online – order quick when you see something you like!

13½” long £26  Sold

long cherry server

Wide bowl cherry ladle

Another ladle carved from a curved branch but this time a big one giving a wide bowl and a strong sweep. This ladle was much admired by Fritiof Runhall, the swedish carver who taught the spooncarving masterclass I attended in October.

10″ long 2¾” wide £38

wide cherry ladle with hook

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About Steve Tomlin

I am a greenwood worker and scythe tutor. I carve spoons, bowls and other products from locally sourced greenwood. During the summer I teach scything around the UK.
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