Lithe and long, hand-carved from teak root. Its handle conjures a Bauhaus arch or a Balinese Kebyar dancer’s hand gesture. It's an elegant presence among utilitarian kin. Its history is only whispered. Wild, luminous-plumed birds compete to perch on it. Long enough to get right down to the bottom of the pot. It improves the taste of whatever it stirs.
Dimensions: about 15.5" long, spoon head measures 2.5" across
Note on care: Our homeware products are food safe. We recommend washing with soap and warm water before use and occasionally treating them with a food-safe wood conditioner or oil to maintain their appearance. They prefer your hand-washing to the brute of the dishwasher.
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