Wooden Serving Spoon
Wooden Serving Spoon
Wooden Serving Spoon
Wooden Serving Spoon

Wooden Serving Spoon

Unique wooden serving spoon for large salads, vegetables & puddings.
Regular price£23.50
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A unique and fun design for a serving spoon that is sure to be a talking point on the dinner table. It’s a great size for serving salads, roast vegetables, puddings and cut fruits. It’s also a lovely picnic utensil for sharing dishes and the handle can be tied to your picnic baskets. The handle can also be threaded to hang in a kitchen for display and easy access.

Made by Joseph QÄSA QÄSA’s artisan in Mtwara, Tanzania, this piece has been beautifully carved and has a smooth tactile finish. Some of the spoons feature a unique two-toned natural grain, showcasing the raw natural beauty of African Blackwood.

Please note although the wood is called African Blackwood, it can sometimes have beautiful light grains and sections running through it giving a beautiful two tone look.

 

Material: African Blackwood
Size: Length 15cm | Spoon width 6.5cm | Depth of spoon 2cm
Care instructions: Hand-wash gently in lukewarm water and dry. Do not put in the dishwasher or leave soaking in liquids.

Made in Tanzania. Shipped from the UK. Delivery 3-5 days. Free returns to our UK warehouse.


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ABOUT THE BRAND

QÄSA QÄSA

QÄSA QÄSA stems from the Amharic (Ethiopian) word to mean inspire | awake | motivate. Taking inspiration from their heritage, Naeema and Aniqah founded QÄSA QÄSA in 2015 and set off on a journey to explore the incredibly diverse skills of artisans in Eastern Africa. They have partnered with exceptional artisans, non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) and community groups in Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Malawi to design and source unique products that combine traditional skills with modern design. All of their pieces are meticulously handcrafted using local and indigenous materials and take into account sustainability and ethical production.


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