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Spoon, Solid Cherry or Maple Spoontula LEFT HANDED, Ladle, Paul Szewc, Masterpiece Gallery



Spoon, Solid Cherry or Maple Spoontula LEFT HANDED, Ladle,  Paul Szewc, Masterpiece Gallery
Spoon + Spatula = Spoontula! This kitchen utensil was designed and made by Wood Artist Paul Szewc of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Approximate Size - 12" long x 2-1/4" wide at spoon end and the handle thickness on this one is .75" but this will vary slightly due to hand sanding.

This one's for lefties! The point on the left side of the spoon allows the left-handed cook to get into the corners of the bowl/pot.

This elegant tool can be used for cooking and stirring pots or in baking and stirring batters.
You can blend, stir, taste and scrape the bowl or pot/fry pan.

This spoon is made from a solid block of North American Black Cherry.

The ergonomically-correct handles are large to accommodate an easier grip of things which is also great for people with arthritis or larger hands - it just feels great!

Won't scratch—fry pan friendly!

No glue or stains have been used.

Treated with non-toxic mineral oil and beeswax. Food safe.

An absolute must for your wooden utensil collection.

All of our utensils are made with new wood. Reclaimed/recycled woods can be toxic and should never be used in food products such as cutting boards or utensils.

Care: Simply wipe with damp soapy cloth. Do not let sit in water or put in dishwasher.
Oil with cooking oil when wood feels dry.

Note: The photo shown is a representation of the item. Variance occurs due to natural wood grain and shape can vary slightly because each item is hand-sanded.

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