Wooden Spoon Set

$75.00 Regular price

Handcrafted in Guatemala

This set of 4 spoons will give you the perfect starter combination of sizes and stunning exotic woods. This set includes a combination of the artistic grain lines of jobillo and ziricote wood.

You will receive a large oval spoon, medium oval spoon, large round spoons and long limonada spoons, perfect for stirring drinks or tasting that yummy recipe you are whipping up for dinner. 

  • Jobillo wood - The warm tones of the exotic wood emanate a wonderful sense of depth, the dark stripey grain lines resemble that of a tigers back. 
  • Ziricote: this rich wood is native to the countries of Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico and has an artistica landscape grain unlike any other wood. 

Choose this wooden spoon set as a gift for a chef, for someone who likes cooking or treat to yourself. This set of handmade wooden spoons is a great gift idea for someone with an eye for detail who loves to cook, and enjoys small touches of luxury where they matter most. 


  • Large Round spoon 15" x 3.5"
  • Large Oval Spoon 15" x 3.5"
  • Medium Oval 12.25" x 2.75"
  • Limonada spoon 13" x 1.75"
  • Food safe beeswax finish
  • Handwash with mild soap, dry promptly
  • Condition with any food safe oil in your kitchen

About the Artisan Group

Itza Wood exists to create jobs and foster positive social impact in a place where poverty is crushing. Our carpenters live in local communities where families are struggling to ensure basic human services. Reliant on subsistence farming and little else, many families are living in homes with thatched roofs, no electricity, running water and dirt floors but Itza Wood is linking families to a future with hope and well being. The brand's commitment to education is a driving force. They generously support a growing Jungle School providing literacy, skills, and incentives to protect the areas’ resources. Through education, Itza Wood is equipping young people and creating jobs to better life in the region. As for preservation, their reforestation project planted 45,000 trees before cutting a single one. They are committed to ensuring the tropical forest, known as the Mayan biosphere, remains standing for generations to come.