11.5" Cherry Spoon w/2.75" wide bowl, slightly tapered neck & wide handle
Strong and sturdy, (7/8" wide handle) with a bowl end that's moderately round.
14" Cherry Spoon with slender, flaired, handle & small 1.25" wide bowl
A delicate form and feel...perfect for a more genteel cooking mood.
12.5" Cherry Spoon w/slight curve & 2" bowl/w/graduated flat end
A variation of the flat end spoon with more corner curves.
14.5" Cherry SpoonStick, with gradual taper from 2" wide bowl to .75" end
No discernible 'neck' at bowl makes this very unique utensil, very, strong.
15.5" Butternut Spoon, with flaired handle and 2.25" wide bowl
Once in a while Sherial's lucky enough to have some beautiful Butternut like this.
11.5" Cherry Spoon with angled 1.8" wide bowl and curved handle
Sherial takes special care in creating a handle with a sweeping curve like this one.
16" Butternut Spoon with 2" bowl and slender handle
Unique details like the end on this piece are a hallmark of Sherial's work.
15.5" and 9" Magnolia Spoons
Magnolia's unique and interesting grain inspires creative designs.
Cherry Paddles: 15.5" Teardrop / 12.5" Lollipop w/ball end handle
Two paddle shapes that started with "Why couldn't I...?"
Cherry Paddles: 15" Rounded Half / 13.5" Angled Full
Rounded is especially nice for saute pans. Thick angle paddle tapers to thinner edge.
Poplar: 22" Spoon w/3x5 bowl, curved handle / 24" Angled Hole Paddle
For those of us who cook big pots of good food. Perfect for parties and tailgating.
13" Cherry Spoon with curved handle & flat end
Scrape the bottom and stir. We love the versatility of this 'flat end' feature.
Black Birch Lollipop Paddle
Wouldn't it be fun to have a round paddle? he thought. This is one of the first.
Cherry Paddle with hole & angled edge
Yes, a drill with hole-saw is used for this design, he's not THAT good.
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The utensils shown here are no longer available, but we can send photos of current inventory. If interested in a particular style or feature, let us know which piece you're referring to by slide number (ex: 4-14) or description.
Sherial's spoons and paddles are carved free-style, without power tools or templates, so no two are the same. They're extremely well balanced and comfortable-to-hold. And each goes through a lengthy hand-finishing process that creates not only a silky-smooth surface, but one that's less prone to staining and fuzzing.
Wood (cherry, poplar, tupelo, etc.) depends on what's available and appropriate.
Most spoons and paddles average $35-$50.
Spoons & paddles are signed and
finished with Walnut oil.
Please be aware that nut oils may affect those with nut allergies.
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