A custom utility spoon designed for control, consistency, and style. Updated with a thicker, more durable handle.
The well is formed deep to cradle liquid - one tablespoon exactly, to help scale ratios or recipes consistently and reduce the amount of tools needed on hand. The tip is tapered to a sharp point for precise pouring or basting. The handle is long enough to stir a braise or a pot of beans and nimble enough to sauce a plate. The lip is thin and flared to help scrape the corners of a pan or storage container. Inspired by the worn and tarnished steel often found at flea markets, and modeled after old American and European silhouettes the spoon is tumbled and unpolished. This creates a matte and imperfect material finish. Each piece is stamped and etched, then finished by hand on a lathe.
Made in Tsubame-Sanjo, Japan
Material: 18/10 Japanese stainless steel
Length: 9 inches
Volume: 1 tablespoon, .5 ounce
Hand-wash only, please.
Packaging is constructed with recycled chipboard