Have you been looking for your perfect ladle? One that is beautiful to look at, a pleasure to use and holds one whole serving of soup? Look no further! You've found it. A total joy in the hand and even more fun to scoop dinner, this ladle is quite possibly my very favorite kitchen tool. Ever.
And, if you are a canner, this ladle is ideal: 4 scoops per quart.
Earlywood founder and craftsman, Brad, is an artist and engineer, which makes perfect sense when you hold one of his exquisitely-crafted tools in your hand. You can't help but make wonderful, nourishing meals!
100% made in Montana, USA out of hard maple
size: 13 x 3.5 x 2"
This is my third Earlywood utensil. They are extremely well made, I consider them heirloom tools I will be passing down to my children.
This is a beautiful piece! Such high quality and function. I love to see it in my crock by my stove, it’s an heirloom for sure!
I had been eyeing this for some time but couldn't justifying spending so much on myself. When the pandemic hit, and we were all quarantined to our homes, I began cooking ALL the time. I decided this was the time to treat myself to this ladle. I use this EVERYDAY! It is high quality, feels great in your hand, and handles so many kitchen tasks. I seriously look for ways to use it. It is one of the nicest gifts I have given myself, and I am so sorry that I waited for a pandemic to treat myself.
This is perfect for soup season! Beautiful quality!
A functional work of art!
This is so beautifully made I almost don't want to use it....ALMOST!
Ladles for everyone!
I swooned when reading the description of this heirloom quality giant spoon (aka ladle) and ordered more than one. Since then, I've gifted five and that number is sure to grow. This tool is balanced, refined, and useful. I am a huge fan.
The ladle of champions
Unparalleled craftsmanship and great feel. The only ladle that will touch my red sauce
...in your hand. Not sure what it is exactly but the shape of the handle was made for gripping. It's the only ladle I use and while sometimes I miss the more vertical shape of a traditional metal handle, this one is lovely too!