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Set of 13 Hand-Carved Wood Spoon Kitchen Utensils

SIR-WSB01-BWD

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The Baker's Dozen Set of Hand-Carved Wood Spoons from Sir/Madam includes 13 beautifully handcrafted beechwood kitchen utensils that make cooking and entertaining an elevated experience. Cook and serve in style with the large spoons, and use the smaller spoons for spices, sauces, and desserts. It's the must-have utensil set to make any occasion a success, from everyday dining to dinner parties!
Due to the hand-carving process and the nature of the natural wood, each handmade piece is unique. No two spoons are exactly alike. With age and use, the hardwood will develop a warm patina.

Focused on domesticity and entertaining products, Sir/Madam is a brand company with headquarters in New York, NY, USA. The company's goal is to create products that have a "timeless design and marry well with a range of styles in today's eclectic, collected interiors." Sir/Madam partners with skilled artisans around the globe. The artisans who craft these wood spoons by hand in the South Indian State of Karnataka receive the benefit of giving their daughters the opportunity for an education. The proceeds from Sir/Madam's Beechwood Collection are contributed to the Al Ameen Allhadad School. Here, more than 25,000 girls and counting have been provided an education.

  • Set of 13 Unique Wood Spoons in Muslin Pouch
  • Large Size
  • Natural Beechwood
  • Hand-Carved

*Ethically made in India.

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