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These are some of the spoons that escaped to new owners.

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This peachy pair (peachwood) made a unique wedding gift.

These drink mixers are creating  stir in Raymond, NH The wood is juniper which somehow seems appropriate!

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Now nestling in California.

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These scoops in Spalted Birch, Olive (two) and Cherry have gone to live in the UK.

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This olive cooking spoon will be helping stir up gastronomic delights in England.

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This is a cellphone pic sent to me from a customer in England – delighted with her spoons.

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A 6 inch heavily spalted Birch scoop from our own property. This beauty would have many applications in the kitchen. A real nature’s work of art revealed. Now headed to California to help not spill the beans.

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A good size scoop in Walnut joins the previous Birch scoop also in California to the same owner.

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Keeping an eye on things in Raymond, New Hampshire.

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Scooping it out in Raymond, NH

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Going to help making the coffee in Switzerland.

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Spalted Birch, Lilacwood and spalted Pine.

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This Black Walnut Scoop now lives in Scotland.

 

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Spalted Birch and Ambrosia Maple jumped states to Massachusetts.

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These Spalted Birch and Spalted Oak scoops are now in Germany…..

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As is this spoon and spatula set in Peach.

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These spalted salad spoons serve smiles and salads in Raymond, NH

 

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A Valentine’s day present to my lovely wife. Walnut is the wood.