Our Simple Scoop is inspired by the idea that simple things are simple because they need no improvement. Primarily intended as a wood coffee scoop, this small wooden spoon may also be used for baking or cooking. A beautifully elegant kitchen utensil with contemporary appeal, the Simple Scoop will prove its importance and usefulness as a specialty wooden tool for the gourmet, foodie and coffee lover alike.
As with all high-quality handmade goods, each piece will bear unique variation in both wood and actual design. Our scoop holds about 1.5 ounces, but is not intended to accurately measure ingredients. This wood scoop will be a welcome addition to your home.
This simple scoop sets the standard for simplicity, usefulness and decorum, and is a functional tool in the truest sense of the word. It will be at home in your gourmet kitchen, alongside your French press, copper saucepans and fresh, raw ingredients.
Signed and dated by the artisan. Approx. 5" long.
Please choose from the wood types shown in the last picture. Please be aware that wood is a natural substance that has a great deal of variation. Wood color and grain varies from piece to piece, making every utensil a beautiful, one of a kind work of art.
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