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Wooden Kitchen Utensils


What goes better when cooking with pottery than nice smooth wooden utensils.  Our latest addition to the gallery, the utensils are made from maple and come in a variety of shapes and styles.

Woodworking by David & Jeneice Haessig

woodworking2Living in the woods of Northwestern Wisconsin, the Haessigs are inspired by the trees that surround them. At their studio near Sarona, Wisconsin, the couple design and create each unique piece with a variety of richly-colored woods. Each piece is then highly polished with a natural finish. They produce cutting boards, clipboards, baby rattles and many other items.

Turned Bowls by Scott Kunselman

woodenbowl Scott Kunselman, Shell Lake, purchased a lathe and there was no looking back!  He spends the winter turning beautiful bowls, experimenting with a variety of local woods…from elm to poplar to maple.  He often starts with a gnarly chunk of wood that the local logger is tossing. He completes his bowls with a food grade finish making most of them kitchen friendly.

Exotic woods by Kurt Bristol

A retired industrial arts teacher with a love for woods, Kurt picks up small blocks of exotic regional woods in his travels  to produce his varied items.  His wine bottle stoppers showcase the many woods he uses, with Asian palm being a favorite of our customers.  He also makes good use of the invasive buckthorn wood, by creating a variety of beautiful items with it.  There’s no end to the new items that Kurt produces on his lathe..bowls, vases, clocks, etc.wood2