I call this the "Wizard Spoon".  It captures the essence of the oak tree from which it came.  It twists and turns, displays medullary rays and has the remains of a knot at the end of the handle.  While the spoon has a shallow bowl, this is probably an "art" piece rather than an everyday spoon.

Oak Spoon [3]

  • Species: Oak.
    Length: 350mm (approx).
    Bowl Width: 45mm (approx).
    Finish: Sanded .
    Painted: No.
    Sealed: Mixture of beeswax & food-grade linseed (flaxseed) oil.