What would a wine and cheese night be without olives? Make scooping olives out of jars mess-free with Pacific Merchants’ Olivewood Olive Spoon. The bowl’s round shape makes scooping olives easy, and the convenient holes let liquid brine drain away. This wood spoon pairs perfectly with our Teak Wood Olive Serving Tray
or Olive Wood Olive Serving Tray
French wood spoons have a rich history and an important place in culinary culture. All our French wood spoons, tools, and spatulas are lovingly hand-crafted and imported from France, and thus are of the highest quality and beauty. Wood spoons will not discolor food, alter taste, conduct heat, or melt. Here at Pacific Merchants, we believe in the “Enduring Nature of Things Well Made,” and nature itself has provided a material in line with this belief. Olivewood is extremely strong and dense, with a tight grain that resists fraying edges. Cleaning is simple; wash with warm water and allow to air dry.
- Olive Wood Olive Spoon, 12 Inches
- Hand crafted in France by small, artisan factories owned by families who have carved French olivewood into wooden spatulas, tools and utensils for generations
- Each handle is hot stamped "France" as a mark of high quality and French craftsmanship worldwide
- Wood is obtained from known, legal and well-managed timber sources
- Easy care simply wash with warm soapy water and air dry
Pacific Merchants French olive wood spoons are among our olivewood assortments such as delicate small condiment spoons, wooden cheese knifes and wood spreaders. The olive wood spoons offered here were carefully selected to include the most common spoon and spreader shapes and sizes used to spoon olives from olive dishes, fruit, serve dips, and any other food condiment that can spooned, spread or a softly cut. We source our olive wood from small artisan factories and you can see actual hand carving on each piece. Olive wood is considered the crème de la crème for making wooden spatulas, hardwood tools and wooden utensils due to its beauty, hardness and durability. The hardness of olive wood means condiment tools like these will resist penetration by liquids, staining or picking up odors. From the sanded smooth handles that feel easy and comfortable in your hand to nicely carved condiment spoon shapes that are elegantly simple. No two pieces of olive wood look the same. Each piece has natural imperfections in the wood grain, which are normal "beauty marks" and are usually accompanied by interesting grain patterns. Like a work of art, each and every piece looks like it's been hand sculptured. Each piece is stamped "Made In France" showing the pride of craftsmanship. Take care of your olivewood olive spoon and you will enjoy using it for years and year. C'est magnifique!