Not so much spoons, as works of art

Leichhardt Tree Root Spoon

The Leichhardt Bean tree is found in Nth NSW and Sth Qld.

This spoon was fashioned from the root of a tree that was removed to prevent further damage to a path.

While the root was green it held little promoise but on drying was pleasant to work into the decorative spoon that elements of bark and signs of its removal from the ground. The bowl demonstrates some attractive grain patterns.

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Black Macadamia Spoon

This attractive spoon is handmade from from rare black Macadamia wood. (The same species as the nuts come from).

The price reflects the extreme rareness of this colouration and the delicate work require in its creation.

This spoon features a serpentine handle featuring amazing grain pattern medullary rays radiating out , rounded bowl that continues the radiating medullary ray spread throughout the piece.

      • Height: 1.2 Centimetres
      • Width: 5.5 Centimetres
    • Depth: 8 Centimetres

Price $75 including shipping Australia-wide .

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Ancient Eucalyptus Stick Spoon

This ancient Eucalyptus stick spoon is a perfect item for the collector of the unusual/ novel collectibles.

Crafted from an ancient branch, t features a hollowed out knot hole, a heavily eroded side and a side that shows glorious deep red colours in sunlight.

The item has been finished with several coats of special vegetable gum sealer that gives the item a natural sheen.

It is 165mm in length.

Price $85 including shipping Australia-wide.

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White acacia stick spoon

Enjoy the natural transition from stick to sleek white bowl that feature delicate grain patterns.

Crafted from locally source white acacia it is a one-off as dictated by nature.

The item has been finished with several coats of special vegetable gum sealer that gives the item a natural sheen.

Measures 210mm long (8.5″) bowl 60mm (2.4″) x 32mm (1.25″)

Price $40 including shipping Australia-wide .

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Eucalyptus Stick Spoon (sold)

This quirky Eucalyptus stick spoon is a perfect item for the collector of the unusual/ novel collectibles.

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