Branch Soup Spoons 
A beautiful collection of hand crafted spoons created with branches keeping the original shapes and characteristics of each wood. Using only locally grown and harvested wood in Japan, the Nagano based artist and furniture designer Ibuki Kaiyama of Atelier hi creates unique and precious pieces of artisan spoons making even the distorted shapes and knots of the branches part of the art as well as making each spoon a completely unique piece.
These medium size spoons are somewhere between dessert and table spoon and are great for soups, cereals, etc.
All of these spoons are made of Japanese wood, the angles, shapes and thickness are of characteristics of the natural branches, created with the Greenwood technique and finished with oil, except for the peach (A & B) being glass cort.
Each spoon will be packaged with a fine cotton cloth perfect for gifting.
[A] Momo Japanese Peach (Rosaceae Amygldalus persica), Approx. 17cm / 6.69" long
[B] Momo Japanese Peach (Rosaceae Amygldalus persica), Approx. 18cm / 7.08" long
[C] Soyogo Longstalk holly (Aquifoliaceae llex pedunculosa), Approx. 20.5cm / 8.07" long
[D] Satozakura Cherry (Rosaceae Cerasus hisakura), Approx. 21.4cm / 8.42" long
[E] Satozakura Cherry (Rosaceae Cerasus hisakura), Approx. 19.5cm / 7.67" long
Made in Japan