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Spoon - Ash 'Cawli' spoon

by Astrid de Groot

Welsh cawl spoons, the first designs, were made in early 19th century. Used for eating cawl which is a chunky soup.

This spoon is based on those although it is not a copy, but typical in the way the bowl connects to the handle and the oval shape of the bowl.

Total length: 240mm - bowl diameter: 55-65mm.

Milk painted handle, tung oil finish. All food safe products.

£58.00

Astrid de Groot
Spoon carving, bowl turning.

​"All of my spoons are hand-carved using traditional tools and techniques.
They are made from indigenous wild hardwoods of rural Wales, while the wood is still green.
Most wood is foraged by myself; broken branches on the roadsides, fallen trees in the woods, I always keep my eyes open and bring my folding saw when I walk the woodland.
I design and make durable, practical spoons, striving for a high standard of excellence and beauty.
They make wonderful personal gifts for home or professional kitchen, birthday's, wedding gifts."

Spoon - Ash 'Cawli' spoon
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Spoon - Ash 'Cawli' spoon
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