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Beautiful hand carved coffee scoop. As rich and unique as the coffee beans it is intended for, this little scoop will make your morning ritual a special occasion every day. These are also great for measuring sugar, flour or grains.
- Made in the UK by Forest and Found
- Each scoop is slightly different, making your piece unique.
- Reclaimed Walnut or Sweet Chestnut
- Treated with food-safe beeswax salve
- Length: 13cm. Width 6cm
- Listing is for 1 piece only
Each scoop is slightly different, making your piece unique. We love the patterns and grains in these pieces, any unusual markings or imperfections simply add to their beauty.
Forest and Found began in early 2014, created Max Bainbridge & Abigail Booth. After graduating from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2013, they built their workshop in East London in order to focus on their shared love of making and working with natural materials. One woodworker and one quilter, their individual practices, despite seeming very different are rooted in traditional craft and a relationship with the natural environment.
Combining traditional techniques with contemporary design, Max and Abigail create products that celebrate craftsmanship in the modern home. They aim to create a direct relationship with the natural world through each hand carved spoon and naturally dyed quilt. An understanding of native trees and plants is important to sourcing local timber for bowls and foraging for dyestuff. Using this knowledge and their understanding of craft, they set out to make products that will be passed down from generation to generation.
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