made for the zeitzMOCAA museum shop
A series of hand made spoons, inspired by the organic shapes of grains, designed and made exclusively for the museum shop at the Zeitz Museum Of Contemporary Art Africa, housed in the historic Grain Silos of Cape Town.
Carved from off-cuts of hardwood timber, from trees grown on African soil, each is unique.
Woods used so far include Yellowwood (South Africa’s National Tree), African Walnut, African Blackwood, African Mahogany, Sipo Mahogany, Kiaat (Wild Teak), Malawian Cedar, and Camphor.
Made to be both aesthetically pleasing and functional. Sanded smooth, oiled with food-safe oil and rubbed with beeswax salve, they’re ready to be used.