Carved Cherry Spoon by David Hurwitz featured in “History of Woodworking in Vermont”

2011 September 15
by David

This past summer I had the honor to find out that my work was selected to be included in special informational panels used in an exhibit on the “History of Woodworking in Vermont, 1791 – Today”.  The panels include a section on contemporary woodworkers.  A photo of one of my carved cherry spoons is featured, along with a quote.  The photo used in the panels is featured below.  The exhibit is a project of the Vermont Wood Products Marketing Council, and will be displayed at special events throughout Vermont and New England.  The council is the primary force behind the marketing and promotion of the “Vermont Quality Wood Products” tree logo, which is the seal of quality for wood products made in Vermont.

I make all of my spoons from sustainably harvested Vermont cherry, and finish them with a non-toxic, food-safe, paste wax finish that I make from mineral oil and local Vermont bees wax.  Click the highlighted text to see other examples of my carved wood spoons and cooking spatulas. I welcome special orders, and can make the spoons in any size from tiny to ladle size.

 

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From the History of Vermont Woodworking exhibit panels

 

 

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