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Walnut Utensils

Regular price
$28
Sale price
$21

#6030-620 P In Stock

Invest in heirloom quality kitchen utensils with these beautiful pieces handcrafted by Lexington's Carolina Grain Co. These rich brown walnut utensils elevate every cooking experience. Due to their handcrafted nature, each may vary slightly. Available in a turner, and slotted spoon. Mixing spoon is out of stock.
Each sold separately. 

Made in North Carolina.

Meet the Maker section title

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.

Specifications section title

Specifications

Specifications

  • Measurements: Spoon & Slotted spoon - 15" long with 3.5" diameter head; Turner - 13" with 3" wide head
  • Materials: Walnut wood
  • Care instructions: Wipe piece 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

  • Measurements: Spoon & Slotted spoon - 15" long with 3.5" diameter head; Turner - 13" with 3" wide head
  • Materials: Walnut wood
  • Care instructions: Wipe piece 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.