Unique mixing spoons made from zebra wood, oak or spalted beech. Beautifully carved and made to last, these mixing spoons will stay in the family for generations. These hand carved mixing spoons are ‘made in England’ and are an essential kitchen tool.
Rosie often uses storm damaged trees and works with native species of woods, including this batch which have been created from black oak, spelted beech and zebra wood.
The size of these stunning mixing spoons is roughly 25cm (length) x 5.5cm (width at its widest).
Each item is a one-off, carved and sized by hand. Due to this, shapes, colours and size may vary ever so slightly.
Finished by applying a coat of food safe oil. Wash gently with warm water and detergent.
About the Maker
Rosie Brewer’s parents grew up surrounded by wood as her parents had a sawmill. She spent her days climbing on log piles, drilling holes and making tiny bird boxes. After she graduated from college, she set up her studio with inherited and donated tools and launched her business. Today, designer-maker Rosie creates unique woodwork pieces by hand in her Devon workshop. They show signs of their previous life – twisted grain from reaching towards the sun, imperfections from diseases, spalted marks from fungus, knots and splits where branches once sprouted and finally marks from where the tree fell or was cut down. Rosie uses all of these marks to help dictate the size and shape of her work, letting the natural history of the wood shine through in the finished product.
Rosie crafts everything from sustainably sourced, FSC certified wood. This way she ensures that you receive something of beauty, and usefulness without spoiling our global environment.
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