You can never have too many wooden spoons. In all shapes, sizes and natural tones, a collection by British textile designer Kirsten Hecktermann leaves you spoilt for choice.
The spoons shapes are organic, echoing the woods from which they are carved. Designed by Kirsten and hand-carved in Kenya by Mwajira a local wood carving artisan the collection of spoons are made from Mvule Wood, an East African managed hardwood reclaimed from off-cuts from the furniture industry.
Born in Kenya Kirsten originally trained and worked as a chef so it is perhaps no surprise she has turned her hand to a spoon and flatware collection.
– Tapiwa Matsinde
For further information about Kirsten Hecktermann visit: www.kirstenhecktermann.com
To purchase the spoons visit: https://kirstenhecktermann.bigcartel.com/
[Image credits: The images shown belong to Kirsten Hecktermann. If downloaded and used elsewhere please credit accordingly.]