It's for the Christmas exhibition guild makers Wales. Local wood used for the spoons: Beech, birch, ash, ivy, chestnut.
Dinner plate, Breakfast bowl and dinner bowl made of local sourced tiger oak. Spoon rack with spoons on the wall and the fruit bowl stay with me.
Fork, salad spoon, coffee scoop, eating spoon, serving spoon, serving spoon, jam-jar spoon, eating spoon, tea spoon, salad spoon.
Handles; some bark, some scalloped one milk painted one with spherical shape carved at the end.
Woodworking is in my blood; my grandfather and great-grandfather before him were traditional clog makers in Brabant, the Netherlands. As a child, I watched my granddad at his special clog making bench working wood with interesting chisels. Me, I was just whittling sticks or would be found using my dad’s tools in the shed at home. Without anyone noticing, slowly but surely, I followed my ancestors to become the first woman professional woodworker of the family.