British carver E.J. Osborne of English company Hatchet & Bear handcrafts a selection of utensils, bowls, and kitchen objects with simple carving tools and time-honored methods, all from hand-hewn, locally collected wood. Many of the pieces are branded with Osborne’s “Woodland Wanderer” design reminiscent of ancient runes. For more information, visit Hatchet & Bear.
Above: The Peeler has a sharp head for peeler fruit and vegetables with a faceted walnut handle; Â£14.
Above: The Basting Brush has a one-inch red bristle brush and wooden handle (in walnut, wild cherry or birch) for Â£12.
Above: The Woodland Whisk is made from stainless steel and hangs from a rawhide tie; Â£20.
Above: The Tea Strainer has a walnut wood handle that is branded with the Hatchet & Bear Woodland Wanderer design for Â£14.
Above: The Baby Bowl + Spoon Set is medium sized with a wide, flat base, making it sturdy for babies, toddlers, and young children. Currently available in birch wood and branded with a hot poker for Â£45.
Above: The Maker’s Spatula has long walnut handle for Â£20.
Above: The Utility Hook is made from locally collected branch woods: birch, hawthorn, and sycamore; Â£18 each.
For a sampling of some of those smoother wooden spoons see our post, 10 Easy Pieces: Artful Wooden Spoons and how to hang them in Kitchen Art Installation: 8 Display-Worthy Wooden Spoons.