Wonky Spoontula ~ Beech
Hand carved with Axe & Knife & Gouge
From Spalted Beech Wood
Carved in South Devon, UK
Finished with Linseed Oil & Deep Blue Milk Paint
A wonky handled Beech spoontula, perfect for left handers for frying and serving. A spoontula makes up the niche between a spatula and a spoon. The leading edge has been chamfered and left thick to ensure this spoontula can go the distance.
The handle has been finished with milk paint
This Beech spoon was carved from a tree which was growing next to Callington Fire Station in Devon. The tree had become too large and dangerous so had to be take down. It has provided a lot of beautiful wood for treen
This spoon is part of a range of cooking spoons all available in my shop. You can buy the full set here.
This spoon is designed to be cooked with and well used - don't be afraid to use it on a daily basis! The only thing to avoid is putting it in the dishwasher, or leaving it to soak in the washing up bowl.
I always make sure my spoons are bone dry before putting them away in the drawer.
To give the spoon a new lease of life from time to time you can add a coat of Tung oil, flax oil, walnut oil (careful of nut allergies) or linseed oil, but this is not essential.