Wooden Palm Spoon | Short Handle
HANDCRAFTED WOODEN SPOONS
Look no further for the perfect non-metal spoon for digging into your coconut oil or creating your favorite dishes. These beautiful, heat-resistant wooden utensils won't scratch or disturb the finish of your delicate pots and pans. Due to their antibacterial tendencies, they are great for stirring, serving, and cooking food.
The smoothness of the palm wood on your hand brings you one step closer to nature. Best yet, the material is durable and made for everyday use. And what a look! The creative and artistic handcrafted design of the wooden spoons gives a beautiful appearance to your kitchen.
HANDMADE | ECO-FRIENDLY | SOCIAL IMPACT
Our beautiful spoons are handmade by the cottage industry in Malaysia. Each purchase supports the livelihood and traditional crafts of its maker.
Since ancient times, wood has been a popular option for cooking utensils due to its properties. Wood has natural germ-killing properties compared to plastic or metal. Additionally, it is a great environmentally responsible choice for kitchenware, as wooden utensils are made from renewable, biodegradable, and non-toxic substances!
Material: Palm wood
Color: Brown with Palmwood pattern
Shorthand - 8.5"H / 3"W
Bring the spirit of community to your home with sustainable and ethically made artisanal goods!
Introducing NEEPA HUT
NEEPA HUT is connecting communities with handwoven goods that are specially crafted to meet all of your home decor needs. From catchall baskets to woven rugs, the brand’s beautifully made collection of products brings the spirit of togetherness straight to your home.
Values & Social Impact
NEEPA HUT makes a difference by empowering women artisans from areas in Southeast Asia that are affected by natural disasters, poverty, and overdevelopment. NEEPA HUT supports the skills and livelihoods of these artisans by promoting their traditional methods of craft-making that create one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
About the Founder
Founder Jennifer Shum Abelev created NEEPA HUT after spending time with artisan communities in Southeast Asia. Jennifer became so inspired by these artisans that she decided to leave her career in finance and build her own brand with the artisans she had met in the hopes of sharing the spirit of community with everyone.