This collection of Ash salad and stiring spoons was the result of some awkwardly thin offcuts from my breakfast bowls which made perfect spoon blanks! Each one is different and has a piece of sea glass embedded in the handle. I got this Ash from Priory park in Bodmin.


Collection of Hazel Sycamore and Sugar maple honey drippers, these were a great success at both Native makers and Argal makers.


A Spurtle is a traditional Scottish piece of treen that’s used to stir porridge oats. They are really nice objects to handle and use, giving you lovely creamy porridge whilst not damaging you pots and pans. I currently make these out of coppiced hazel, a form of woodland management that actively encourages bio diversity and provides a beautiful and massively under used timber.


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