Hand Carved Wooden Soup Ladle



You got soup? I got a ladle for you! Hand carved with ax and knives from a crooked length of wild cherry, this was made the old fashioned (and proper way) of ladle making. I used the natural bend of the wood fibers to shape the handle and bowl to produce the strongest wooden ladle possible. A nice deep bowl is perfect for dipping a big hearty helping of soup, stew, or gravy. The handle is the perfect length for dipping into that big crock-pot full of home made goodness! Beautiful mix of heartwood and sapwood will age gracefully guaranteeing many generations of use.

Ladle length is 11.5” long with a 3.0”L x 2.25W X 1” deep bowl.

All my spoons are made by using traditional spoon making methods. Starting with fresh wood, I use nothing but ax, draw knife, straight knife and hook knife. Since no saws are used, the wood is cut with the fibers of the wood, making a much stronger spoon and gives a smooth knife surface. This also gives each handle a special unique shape that fits your hand perfectly. A paste of beeswax, mineral oil and walnut oil is applied then each spoon is burnished with a deer antler to a hard smooth finish. Each of my spoons are one of a kind unique and are heirloom quality guaranteed to last a lifetime!

Spoon care:
DO NOT wash the spoon in the dishwasher. Hand washing only!

Apply mineral or walnut oil to the spoon every few months to restore its original shine.

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