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Cherry Wood Cooking Spoon

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$39.00

Cherry Wood Cooking Spoon

Regular price
$39
Sale price
$39

#6030-639 In Stock

Create an heirloom-quality kitchen with this beautiful, ultrasmooth cherry wood cooking spoon by Carolina Grain Co. Great for scooping, stirring, and serving, this handcrafted generously-bowled wooden utensil elevates every cooking experience. 

Due to their handcrafted nature, each spoon may vary slightly. 

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

Meet_Maker

Carolina Grain Co is the one-man shop run by woodworker Andrew McCarn. Started in 2014, his woodworking studio has now grown to a full-time business. Entirely self-taught, Andrew carefully crafts pieces from handpicked, locally-sourced woods. He meticulously designs each piece to show off the natural grains and beauty of the wood. North Carolina’s diverse selection of trees enables him to use a variety of local woods for unique textures and hues. He lives and works in Lexington, North Carolina.

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Length: 14"
  • Diameter: 3.5"
  • Materials: Cherry wood
  • Care instructions: Wipe spoon with damp cloth and let dry. Lightly apply mineral oil to product at least once a month, depending on use.
  • Made in North Carolina

Specifications

  • Length: 14"
  • Diameter: 3.5"
  • Materials: Cherry wood
  • Care instructions: Wipe spoon with damp cloth and let dry. Lightly apply mineral oil to product at least once a month, depending on use.
  • Made in North Carolina

Meet the Maker

Carolina Grain Co is the one-man shop run by woodworker Andrew McCarn. Started in 2014, his woodworking studio has now grown to a full-time business. Entirely self-taught, Andrew carefully crafts pieces from handpicked, locally-sourced woods. He meticulously designs each piece to show off the natural grains and beauty of the wood. North Carolina’s diverse selection of trees enables him to use a variety of local woods for unique textures and hues. He lives and works in Lexington, North Carolina.