A classic Scandinavian Design made during my years of living in Japan.
I enjoy using this type myself very much for everything from breakfast cereal, curry and porridge, to traveling and canoeing.
Every meal becomes a treat using your own hand carved spoon!
I harvested the Japanese cherry, Sakura, for this spoon next to a Shinto shrine in the Mountains of Munakata, Kyushu, after it was felled by a Monsun storm.
I didn´t only add facetes and fine edges to this spoon but chiprosed it using my signature Japanese inspired key fret pattern.
Every spoon I make is handcarved with axe and knives, keeping the best shapes for comfort, beauty and strength in mind, I learned and tested over years.
Treat yourself to your own spoon today!
Please don´t hesitate asking any questions!
Exclusive Eating spoon from Japanese Sakura
No return on spoons unless damaged during the transport!
I had only a handful of spoons cracking on me in several years and I am glad I haven´t had a case in a while. If a spoon happens to crack down the road, it is part of the woods behavior. They are made and designed to avoid that though!
The spoons are sturdy and take proper use for decades, but I don´t refund spoons breaking due to abuse or improper care.
Your spoon/bowl/kuksa is finished with several layers of raw linseed oil, which builds up an internal and external hardened layer. It protects the wood from moisture and thus warping, decaying and cracking.
You can wash all the products using warm water and dish soap, followed by drying them off using a kitchen towel.
Please don´t soak them nor put them in the dishwasher though!
Over time a dark patina will form on the surface, which is normal and protective!
Maintenence is always key to long life and prelonged beauty of everything, so you can keep applying some food safe oil to your wooden products every once in a blue moon and the wood will thank you showing lovely colors and matured looks.
For any questions I am always reachable via the Contact Page!