Pinch Spoon

Sharon Adams


This spoon is made of ash wood, gathered from trees felled on the artists farm, and copper.

Part of Sharon Adams’ first collection of fragile eating tools. Memory is strengthened by repetition, therefore each spoon addresses 7 archetypal tasks over and over again: brush, scoop, poke, cut, rake, look, hit. It is an act of remembering.

In stock



Techniques used: foraging, trimming, piercing, doming, drilling, soldering, binding.

Working time: approximately 2 hours.

Dimensions: 30 x 2 x 1 cm

Cleaning instructions: The piece can be carefully cleaned with water and soap. Wipe the piece dry with a cloth and leave it so the remaining moisture can evaporate. Once the piece is dried apply a bit of linseed or walnut oil.