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Industrial Measuring Spoons

The Pi-spoon is twist on the classic nesting measuring spoons that explores different geometries and shapes for greater intuitiveness and aesthetic.

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This Strip Of Plastic Cleverly Folds Into 4 Measuring Spoons

This Strip Of Plastic Cleverly Folds Into 4 Measuring Spoons | Co.Design | business + design

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Turner - Found Object Robot Assemblage Sculpture By Brian Marshall Robot sculpture assembled from found objects by Brian Marshall - Wilmington, DE. Items included in my sculptures vary from vintage household kitchen items to recycled industrial scrap. Some of my favorite items to use are old oil cans, aluminum measuring spoons, electrical meters, retro blenders, anodized cups, and pencil sharpeners.

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Robot sculpture assembled from found objects by Brian Marshall - Wilmington, DE. Items included in my sculptures vary from vintage household kitchen items to recycled industrial scrap. Some of my favorite items to use are old oil cans, aluminum measuring spoons, electrical meters, retro blenders, anodized cups, and pencil sharpeners.

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Vestar 2 - Found Object Robot Assemblage Sculpture by Brian Marshall 505 Robot sculpture assembled from found objects by Brian Marshall - Wilmington, DE. Items included in my sculptures vary from vintage household kitchen items to recycled industrial scrap. Some of my favorite items to use are old oil cans, aluminum measuring spoons, electrical meters, retro blenders, anodized cups, and pencil sharpeners.

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Robot sculpture assembled from found objects by Brian Marshall - Wilmington, DE. Items included in my sculptures vary from vintage household kitchen items to recycled industrial scrap. Some of my favorite items to use are old oil cans, aluminum measuring spoons, electrical meters, retro blenders, anodized cups, and pencil sharpeners.

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Hammered Spoons by Yumi Nakamura

"Yumi Nakamura creates rugged spoons that are teeming with gritty personalities. Working mainly with copper and brass, she hammers out the shapes – an ancient process that dates back to the the Yayoi Period (300 BC – 300AD) these types of metallic material first entered Japan. Back then, everything from vessels and mirrors to swords and shields were made this way." (via Spoon & Tamago)

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All the measurements you need are right at your fingertips with this comprehensive measuring set. Commercial quality stainless steel will have you measuring like the pros.

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Teak Measuring Spoons

Be Home Teak Measuring Spoons | Gifts for the Chef + Bartender | www.heydaybozeman.com

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