Handcrafted woodenware

I got my start by crafting woodenware designs by hand here in Columbus, Ohio.  I still do it that way.  Every piece of woodenware you see is made one at a time from our wonderful North American hardwoods, using hand tools, and then rubbed down with a food grade mineral oil finish to keep it beautiful over time.  No sweatshops, no BPA, no Dickensian grime.  Just one guy in  a garage, turning natural materials into useful tools.

If you would like to buy one of the tried and true designs below, or would like to commission a custom design (whether that’s woodenware or a piece of quality furniture), just drop me an email and I should get back to you within 24 hours.


Small spatula

10″ long, 2¼” wide.  Cherry, walnut, and beech shown, rock maple also available.


Large Spatula

15″ long, 2¾” wide.  Cherry, walnut, and rock maple shown.  Beech also available.


Mixing Paddle

15 ¾” long, 3″ wide.  Beech shown, rock maple also available.


Rolling Pin

Potato Masher

11″ long, 3″ diameter.  Cherry shown.  Walnut and rock maple also available.


Cutting Board

Pickling Ram

11″ long, fits regular and large mouth mason jars.  Walnut and cherry shown.  Rock maple also available.


Breakfast Tray

12″ x 18″ x 3.5″.  Softwood, painted.  Also available in hardwood (oak/mahogany shown).