Vermont Wooden Spoon Co.
Jordan Marvin is founder and owner of Vermont Wooden Spoon Co., in Mendon, Vermont. He carefully selects and mills hardwood he obtains locally like maple, cherry, and black walnut. He then hand carves these awesome utensils. The feel of these tools is phenomenal and their looks only get better with age. Everything he makes is as handsome as it is functional.
I’ve pictured a few samples of what Mr. Marvin offers. When you visit his website you’ll see they make spoons, spatulas, paddles, salad sets, ladles, dippers, cutting boards, and cheese knives. This is handcrafted art you’ll use in your kitchen every day.
Visit Vermont Wooden Spoon Company’s website to order.
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Curvy Saute Spoon, approx 13 inches long
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