Turned Wooden Kitchen Items

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Functional art items for the kitchen and dining area by Alaska craftsman Ted Heuer

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Coffee scoop with a solid bloodwood handle. Stainless steel scoop is 2 tablespoon capacity.

Coffee Scoop - Stainless, 2 Tablespoon

Coffee scoop with a solid bloodwood handle. Stainless steel scoop is 2 tablespoon capacity.

1 Tablespoon coffee scoop with a handle turned from dyed figured maple. Scoop is polished stainless steel with a titanium nitride plating. The plating will not tarnish.

Coffee Scoop -- Dyed Figured Maple (Blue)

1 Tablespoon coffee scoop with a handle turned from dyed figured maple. Scoop is polished stainless steel with a titanium nitride plating. The plating will not tarnish.

Stainless steel pie server with handle turned from chatke viga, walnut, maple, SpectraPly, and dyed veneer.

Pie Server

Stainless steel pie server with handle turned from chatke viga, walnut, maple, SpectraPly, and dyed veneer.

Alder cheese tray with white marble tile center. Food-safe walnut oil finish. Serrated stainless steel knife handle is turned from birdseye maple.

Cheese Tray with Stainless Steel Knife

Alder cheese tray with white marble tile center. Food-safe walnut oil finish. Serrated stainless steel knife handle is turned from birdseye maple.

Mortar and pestle set. Bowl is turned from solid cherry. Pestle is turned from solid maple. Food-safe walnut oil finish.

Mortar and Pestle Set

Mortar and pestle set. Bowl is turned from solid cherry. Pestle is turned from solid maple. Food-safe walnut oil finish.

7" cheese board and matching stainless knife turned from cherry.  The 6" diameter center tile is green marble.

7" cheese board and matching stainless knife turned from cherry. The 6" diameter center tile is green marble.

High-tech vegetable peeler with a zirconium oxide ceramic blade that is second in hardness only to diamond and will remain sharp far longer than steel.  Handles available in a variety of woods, turned by Alaska craftsman Ted Heuer (www.tedswoodshop.com).

High-tech vegetable peeler with a zirconium oxide ceramic blade that is second in hardness only to diamond and will remain sharp far longer than steel. Handles available in a variety of woods, turned by Alaska craftsman Ted Heuer (www.tedswoodshop.com).

Coffee scoop turned from cherry, walnut, maple, bloodwood, and dyed veneer.  1 tablespoon scoop is polished stainless steel with titanium nitride plating.  Unlike brass, it will not tarnish.

Coffee Scoop - Stainless, 1 Tablespoon

The handle of this 1 Tablespoon capacity coffee scoop is turned from a single piece of pheasantwood (Senna siamea). It is native to South/Southeast Asia and characterized by figuring and contrasting stripes that give the wood its name. The scoop handle is finished with multiple coats of a durable Danish oil finish. The scoop is stainless steel and is squared off at the tip so that it will lie flat. Size: Overall length 5-1/2″ with a handle length of 3-1/4″. Use and Care Instructions: Do not…

Coffee scoop turned from SpectraPly with dyed veneer accents.  1 tablespoon capacity is perfect for tea as well as for coffee.  A thoughtful gift for someone who loves coffee.

Coffee Scoop - Stainless, 1 Tablespoon

The handle for this coffee scoop is laminated from thin strips of seven different woods — cherry, walnut, maple, bloodwood, dyed veneer, lacewood, and purpleheart. The scoop is made of polished stainless steel with a titanium nitride plating. This is the same durable finish that is often used on drill bits. Unlike brass, the plating will not tarnish. With a capacity of 1 Tablespoon, this scoop is perfect both for ground coffee and loose tea. It also makes a dandy measuring scoop for…

Heavy-duty nutcracker with handles turned from exotic cocobolo wood.  Easily cracks large nuts including walnut, pecans, hazelnuts, and more.  Great for kids because they can use it with two hands and not pinch their fingers.

Cocobolo Nutcracker

This heavy-duty nutcracker with a silver-gray finish easily cracks large nuts, including walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, and many more. The deep cup keeps nutshell pieces partially contained. Unlike other nutcrackers that can pinch fingers or are difficult for young children, this handy device can be used either one-handed or with two hands. The dense exotic cocobolo wooden handles (4″ in length) are finished with multiple coats of a durable Danish oil, waxed and buffed to a satin sheen. Use…

Stainless steel serving set with handles turned from figured maple, cherry, and dyed veneer.  A lovely addition to your holiday table and great for everyday use, too.

Stainless steel serving utensil set with handles turned from spalted maple, cherry, and padauk.  Perfect for serving salads or pasta dishes.

Stainless pizza cutter with handle turned from spalted maple, walnut, and hard maple.

Pizza Cutter #2

This custom-turned artisan stainless steel pizza cutter makes a great gift. The professional grade 4″ diameter blade is sharp, holds an edge well, and cuts even the largest pizza with ease. Woods Used: Spalted maple, walnut, and hard maple. The natural colors of the contrasting woods are enhanced by multiple coats of polyurethane finish, hand-sanded between coats for a glossy and durable finish. Use and Care Instructions: Hand wash. Dry with a soft towel. Do not put in dishwasher nor…

Stainless cheese plane with handle turned from spalted maple and stratabond.

Alaska Spruce Burl Bowl.  Approximately 8-7/8" outside diameter.  Lovely bowl for fruit, nuts, or for decorative purposes.  Finished with food-safe walnut oil.

Alaska Spruce Burl Bowl

This lovely bowl is turned from the burl of a local spruce tree. A burl is a fast-growing abnormal growth that is found on some trees, particularly spruce and birch. While spruce is considered to be a soft wood, the burls are incredibly hard and dense. Part of the fascination with burls is that they often have bark inclusions, which are areas in which the outer bark of the tree is visible. This bowl has a small bark inclusion in the rim, adding color and contrast. This bowl was finished…

Ceramic-edged vegetable peeler with a turned SpectraPly handle. The zirconium oxide ceramic blade is second only to diamond in hardness, stays sharper than steel, and will not react with food.

Ceramic-edged vegetable peeler with a turned SpectraPly handle. The zirconium oxide ceramic blade is second only to diamond in hardness, stays sharper than steel, and will not react with food.