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Spoon from Oak barell stave

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Project by ptofimpact posted 591 days ago 706 views 1 time favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Anothe reclaimed stave from a retired Wine/Bourbon barell, for a freind who has a tavern, and does Low Country Boils in large pots.

-- Pete in NC





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#1 posted 591 days ago

I love this old style rustic look the stave gives. Nice looking spoon thanks for sharing it!

-- "Make something you love tomorrow...and do it slowly" JLB

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#2 posted 591 days ago

A unique design well done.

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#3 posted 590 days ago

well done. unique piece. one of my favorites

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#4 posted 590 days ago

Nice job

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#5 posted 590 days ago

Thank you all for the kind words….just have to figure now what to make from the remaining narrow staves~
One I cut 1/3 off an end, and it is my mallet, having reliefed the edges for holding, works well for me.

-- Pete in NC

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#6 posted 589 days ago

Nice Piece, Where do you get old barrels from? I have been looking for some for a while. Any info would be helpful

Thanks

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#7 posted 589 days ago

David, I got the one old barell when I lived up North, that is where we made the homemade Red Wine, it had outlived its usefulness for fermenting, so when we relocated to NC, it came with me, its wonderful wood, am scouting around for another myself.

-- Pete in NC

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