Made in Chicago by Facture Goods, these brass scoops have a trio of wild morels at the tip of their handles. The molds were carved carefully in wax in their chinatown studio, next liquid brass was poured into the molds to fill the curve of the scoop and the shape of the mushrooms. There is blackened brass on the mushroom and raw brass in the scoop. The whole spoon is sealed with resin, although the brass will patina naturally with time. Perfect for serving out the nuts or chocolates on a cheese platter or two scoops in concert work beautifully for grain salads.
best to hand wash approx 5"/13cm long
“Each piece by Facture Goods has been made with my own two hands. I love to combine different materials in interesting and unexpected ways. I work with hardwoods, clay and metals to create small batch kitchen wares, utensils and provisions with a “primitive modern” aesthetic. By creating work that is somewhat rough, even crude, I am able to get my voice and touch into the work easily.” Aron Fisher, developer of Facture Goods, Chicago.