This listing is for our set of Long Handled Measuring Spoons. As seen on the Food Network’s Southern At Heart with Damaris Phillips. As seen in the Food Network magazine.
-Beautifully designed and highly functional.
-Set of 4 spoons including a Tablespoon, Teaspoon, 1/2 Teaspoon, and a 1/4 Teaspoon.
-All measurements are done by hand, and should be considered as very close approximations.
-Long handled – provides you with more reach than most conventional measuring spoons.
-Sizing: Tbsp is ~9 inches long. Tsp is ~8 inches long. 1/2 Tsp is ~7.5 inches long. 1/4 Tsp is ~6.75 inches long.
-Images shown are examples only. Our products are made from (cherry) wood, which has many different grains. This means no two utensils will look identical. Due to the handmade nature of our items, the sizes listed are close approximations only.
-All of our products are finished with a mixture of mineral oil and raw linseed oil. We recommend occasionally oiling our utensils, simply rub down liberally with olive or mineral oil and let sit overnight.
-Each piece is personally monogrammed showing the type of wood (Cherry) it was made out of, our shop initials (SJ), and the last two digits of the year the utensil was made.
If it’s not broke, don’t fix it. In today’s world of new, new, new, we at Allegheny Treenware have been producing our line of traditional wooden spoons for over 20 years. Quality and functionality are two of the main characteristics you can expect when you purchase our product. Only West Virginia hardwoods are used in our production process. Every piece is hand shaped, making every utensil one of a kind. Our wooden kitchen utensils make great gifts for occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, housewarmings, Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, Christmas, and more.