Flour Scoop by Slow Made Goods



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Meet Ewen Brown maker and friend of David Parr House. Founder of Slow Made Goods in Norfolk, Ewen’s values and founding principles echo those we hold dear at David Parr House: craftsmanship, quality and utility and the desire to savour the hours and minutes rather than just count them, and to do everything as-well-as-possible, instead of as-fast-as-possible.

Founded in 2019, all things produced by Slow Made Goods utilise wood that is either locally grown, storm-fallen or from sustainable and responsible sources, Ewen’s handcrafted spoons and organic fibre brushes are made using a sloyd knife, carving axe and hook knife with a total focus on the highest quality craftsmanship.

Slow Made Goods aim for zero waste, using, where possible, timber offcuts in new designs, breaking down smaller waste into packaging materials and composting sawdust.

A unique scoop perfect for measuring out your freshly ground coffee beans but equally good for measuring out seeds, herbs, flour or spices.⁣

Spalting describes the process by which certain fungi grow on dead or fallen trees leaving distinguished patterns across the surface of the wood. The process slowly evolves over several years to reach the ideal stage to cut and season the timber.

The scoop is carved by hand using a sloyd and hook knife and finshed with a food safe oil.

Crafted from wood sourced in Suffolk woodland.

Approx Dimensions: Length 17.5cm | Bowl Width 8cm | Depth 3.5cm
Please note that as these products are hand carved, and unique, there will be some variation in the wood used.

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