The Skup Spoon Comprises Two Types of Wood, Brought Together Beautifully

By: Amelia Roblin - Mar 21, 2014
References: workerman.storenvy & leibal
The Sküp spoon would certainly be perceived as a scooper that's held and used nearly like the conventional sort; however, it's obvious that this item is quite different from the familiar piece of cutlery. Designed by Workerman of New Zealand, this handsome culinary object has not been carved or cast from a single piece of material; instead, it has been assembled from two separate wooden elements.

The little bowled head of the Sküp spoon is made from a dark cherry, taking a cylindrical shape with a deep indentation on top. Wrapped around this is a very fine strip of hard maple wood that's been bent to loop elegantly around the scoop. The Sküp is great for dishing out spices, seasonings, sugars and all sorts of dry ingredients. You might like to leave it out to let the beautiful object be seen.