An elegant taper transforms a discarded spike nail into a handle with history for this copper scoop.
Copper is one of the raw materials that were available to the original inhabitants of Vancouver Island. Add a touch of history and class to the brewing of the perfect espresso. The deep bowl is cut and hammered from reclaimed copper water pipe and a the handle is forged from an antique construction spike. Pieces of copper cable were used to make rivets for the joint. Heaped up, the spoon holds about a tablespoon. Length is about 6″.
Material: Reclaimed copper pipe and cable, reclaimed spike nail
A similar piece would start at $360