Hand-carved Basswood Cooking Spoon

Jean-Philippe Dupuis

  • A beautiful linden wood spoon, carved with a knife and sandblasted by hand, in a simple shape and pleasant to the touch like the spoons of our childhood.

    Basswood is a stable, light and strong wood. Of all the North American woods, lime is the softest and lightest; it is also the one with the least variation in the color of the heart and sapwood.
    Each spoon is unique. The images give a good idea of the one you’ll receive. The making of these basswood spoons makes them all unique. This is why colours, dimensions and wood motives can vary from one to another. See it as the pledge of a work done by hand.

    Quebec Region : Handmade in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

    Material & Colour : American basswood (Tilia americana). Food grade mineral oil

    Dimensions : Approx. 13.5 " - 34 cm.

  • Jean-Philippe Dupuis
    Montrealer, Jean-Philippe Dupuis is above all a poet. He has published with Editions Triptyque and Lézard amoureux. He has also made a few films including a documentary on the poet Saint-Denys Garneau.
    He started carving wooden spoons in the fall of 2017 with the idea of making a replica of the spoon his parents used when he was a child. Item he still owns. He only works with lime, which he carves with a knife and sands manually. The objects he carves are simple shapes that are pleasant to touch.

  • Hand wash with mild soap and dry immediately. Do not soak in water. Do not place in the dishwasher. Can be oiled again with food grade mineral oil as necessary to give a brighter finish.

  • Shipping: We ship to Quebec, Canada, the United States, Europe and in most countries around the world.

    Return Policy : We can refund or exchange your purchase within 30 days from the date of purchase. See our FAQs for more details.





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