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Turquoise Batik Coffee Scoop and Tea Spoon

$ 24.00

Turquoise Batik Coffee Scoop and Tea Spoon

$ 24.00

There is just something extra special about spoons. I’ve had a fascination with them since childhood. The more unusual the shape or material, the better. The handmade pottery Turquoise Batik Coffee Scoop was designed to bring a splash of texture and panache to your coffee area and perhaps add a bit of extra joy to your coffee rituals. Don’t stop at coffee, though. The spoons are also terrific for scooping tea, sugar, herbs, spices and also make a terrific amuse bouche dish.

Each handmade spoon is assembled in my Indianapolis studio using a dark brown stoneware from a couple hours south in Louisville, Kentucky. We like to keep things local when we can. The texture on the handle is made using my antique hand carved wooden batik stamp which you can read the story of here. Finally, once it’s out of the kiln and polished up, we add a whisp of natural jute for a bit of texture and to hang the spoon next to your coffee station to keep it safe between uses.

Because of the handmade nature of the Batik Coffee Scoop, you’re going to get one that is like what is shown in the photo, but probably not that exact one. It will have it’s own unique characteristics that we’re confident you’re going to enjoy for years to come.

As always, remember we have $5 flat rate shipping on your entire order when shipped inside the continental United States.

Our handmade pottery is microwave and dishwasher safe, though for smaller items like this I recommend a simple and quick hand wash. The jute twine is easy to remove and put back on, though, if you do decide to run it through the dishwasher for a deep clean.

I hope you enjoy your new spoon as much as we enjoy making them.