Big SpoonsRegular price $165.00 Save $-165.00
A set of two large stainless steel serving spoons.
We imagine these Big Spoons serving plates of delicious home-cooked food to family and friends gathered around.
Ferro Forma have designed their Big Spoons to use in two ways. Use the flatter side of the spoons facing inwards when serving from a flat open dish and use the curved side facing inwards to catch those sneaky tomatoes at the bottom of a deep salad bowl.
Material: Stainless steel
Dimensions: Each spoon measures 80mm wide x 270mm in length.
Each set comes beautifully packaged in a branded gift box complete with care instructions and an overview of the brand.
About the Makers: Ferro Forma is the culmination of a long standing partnership between Alison Jackson and Dan Lorrimer. They are a metalsmithing workshop specialising in handcrafted small batch edition objects that capture the hand of the maker and the heritage of our craft.
Alison Jackson is a designer, maker and contemporary Silversmith based in Braidwood, Australia. Completing a Gold and Silversmithing degree at the Australian National University, Alison holds over two decades of artistic and technical metal forming expertise.
With an aesthetic best described as elegant, timeless, and minimal, Alison showcases her work through her fine jewellery, tableware, large scale installation, limited editions and exhibition work.
Alison’s work is held in both public and private collections, including a large acquisition by the Canberra Museum and Gallery. A recipient of numerous notable awards and grants, Alison’s work has been exhibited widely within Australia and also internationally, including at Inhorgenta (Germany) and Milan Design Week (Italy).
Dan Lorrimer is a contemporary sculptor, machinist, fabricator and toolmaker. With a degree in Sculpture from the Australian National University, Dan has since diversified his work, significantly developing his skills across a wide range of technical areas, specialising in metal forming.
Dan’s sculpture practice explores notions of movement, energy, solidity and illusion through minimalist sculptural forms, often located between the artificial and natural world. He has exhibited widely across Australia and has work held in private collections across the country.
Photo: Karina Sharpe