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A specialty here in our Woodcraft studio, these meticulously handcarved serving spoons are a beautiful addition to any kitchen. Hand carved in our personal studio in the Pacific Northwest, our serving spoons are both wonderfully functional as well as works of art. We believe in life well made, and we seek to reflect this in every spoon we make. We use reclaimed and responsibly sourced local woods native to North America, because we are passionate in the idea that our sources be as local and as gentle to the earth as possible.


These spoons are carefully carved by hand, by us, and are made to order. You spoon will be made especially for you. Please note that due to demand, our current production time is 2-3 weeks, so please make allowances for birthdays, holidays and other special gift-giving occasions. 


 Our small serving spoons measure approximately 12" long, with the spoon bowl roughly 2" across. These spoons come from lovely walnut wood.


All our spoons are treated with our own organic wood treatment blend of beeswax and coconut oil, and are therefor safe from any residual synthetic chemicals. 


 The Local Woodsman has been making spoons for half a lifetime now, and we stand by the quality and durability of our work. Our spoons stand the test of time, and will become a trusted friend in your kitchen just as they have in ours.


If you have any questions regarding these small serving spoons, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We love talking about our spoons.



-The Local Woodsman

Small Walnut Serving Spoon

  • Wash with warm water and gentle soap. Not dishwasher safe. Season occasionally with The Local Woodsman's spoon butter.

  • Our products are shipped at a flat rate of $7.00 to anywhere in the US. For international orders, please message us directly here for a full quote.


    Orders over $50 qualify for free shipping.


    **Note, our current turn-around time on all our products is two to three weeks. Please allow us this time to hand craft your purchase specially for you.**

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