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.

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Large Spatula

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

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Mixing Paddle

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

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Rolling Pin

Potato Masher

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

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Cutting Board

Pickling Ram

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

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Breakfast Tray

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

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