Baker's Dozen Wooden Spoons (Sets of 13)
Who said thirteen is unlucky?
This quirky collection of hand carved spoons—in sets of small or large—is the result of fifteen years of scouring barn sales and flea markets for the most unique antique wooden spoons. The best designs are recreated by hand in India—no two spoons in either set are alike.
Use the large baker’s dozen to kick-start your spoon collection, with all kinds of sizes to suit your cooking and serving needs; the small set, on the other hand, is wonderful for spices and desserts. Both sets are packaged in muslin bags for easy storage and pretty gifting, though we’d suggest keeping them out in the open in order to admire their carefully carved charm.
Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Each set will vary, but in general: small spoons range from 6” L to 7” L, large spoons are approximately 12” L
Care & Notes
Beechwood is antibacterial, but go ahead and wash with a little bit of soap. Please don’t stick these spoons in the dishwasher since intense heat can dry out your spoon.
Once a month or so, apply a little mineral oil to the spoon using a soft cloth. Do not use cooking oils such as olive or vegetable oil. If your spoon starts to feel rough or feathery, use a fine-grit sandpaper to smooth them. You can also sand out any stains or burn marks.
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