Pair of Spooning Lovespoons

£30.00

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Description

Our Pair of Spooning lovespoons are a modern style of lovespoon design. Two lovespoons side by side, with twists on the stem to represent binding and growing together in unity. They are shaped together in order to create an elegant spooning form. A unique lovespoon concept that adds a modern twist to the Welsh lovespoon tradition.

This design is ideal for couples due to the spooning shape. Also suitable for individuals who appreciate traditional crafts with a modern interpretation. Also recommended for occasions including as an engagement lovespoon, wedding lovespoon and anniversary lovespoon

Left lovespoon

Length: 19cm (approximately)
Width: 4cm (approximately at widest point)
Depth: 1.2cm (approximately)

Right lovespoon

Length: 20.5cm (approximately)
Width: 4cm (approximately at widest point)
Depth: 1.2cm (approximately)

Our pair of Spooning lovespoons  is available in a choice of Oak or Mahogany or in a mix of one Oak and one Mahogany. Please refer to terms and conditions regarding variations in grain and colour of wood. Two carved letters OR numbers are included in the price, on single heart designs please specify if you require the addition of a + sign between initials. See picture below for examples of style of letters and numbers.

Orders of multiple items have a flat rate of postage. For example if you order two lovespoons and two books postage is charged at the flat rate of £1.99 within the UK and £3.99 outside of the UK for the entire order, you will not be charged postage for each individual item.

More information about our lovespoons and work with the Welsh lovespoon tradition or if you need any assistance making a purchase in The Lovespoon Workshop online shop feel free to contact us via email or telephone, details can be found on our contacts page.

Initial and number carving style plus wood samples of Oak (lighter wood) and Mahogany (darker wood) at The Lovespoon Workshop.
Initial and number carving style plus wood samples of Oak (lighter wood) and Mahogany (darker wood) at The Lovespoon Workshop.