The Beauty of Osage Orange | Handmade Wood Utensils | Virginia Craftsman

Osage orange wood is so unique.  When it is first cut it looks like a brilliant yellow crayon.  When you receive your new Osage orange spoon you can’t miss that yellow.  But after using it for a while it will turn into a lustrous dark brown.  The large flipper on the right below is the first one Aaron made and I have been using it for a couple of years.  It has made hundreds of pancakes and lots of omelets!


Multzi | handmade wood old and new osage orange utensil. Making the practice of life beautiful.

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  • JohnNovember 13, 2016 - 12:17 am

    I have been making wooden ware from only Osage Orange for 15 years now. It is by far the best wood for wooden cooking utensils. Every utensil I make is guaranteed for life. Your husbands spatulas look close to the spatulas I make. If you would like to share more about making wooden ware, please email back.

    All the best, JohnReplyCancel