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Wooden Coffee Scoop
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"great idea"
4/16/2015 By mla

I sent this to friends as a thank you gift, and they were very excited about receiving it. I did not see the product but in the online photo it looks beautiful and the concept is a good idea for people who have so many similar things. I like that it was small for shipping, was made in Wisconsin, and is beautiful and practical.

"Quality craftsmanship Coffee scoop"
12/11/2014 By Kat

Got this as a Christmas gift for my boyfriend. Right now he uses a dinky plastic scoop, so I thought he could use an upgrade :) This scoop is great! I'm really impresed with the quality. It looks like it's made out of one solid piece of wood. I'm sure my boyfriend will love it!

"Very beautiful"
7/9/2013 By Juanita

It is a very beautiful and handy piece. We use it almost every day!

"Beautiful and Functional"
5/27/2011 By Ron

Perfect size for my use. The coloration of the various woods used is very handsome.

5/5/2011 By Ron

Perfect size for my use. The coloration of the various woods used is very handsome.

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Wooden Coffee Scoop


This Decorated Wooden Coffee Scoop is sure to perk up your morning coffee. These scoops are skillfully handmade with Wisconsin hardwoods by DHH designs. Each unique wooden piece is individually handcrafted and highly polished with a natural finish. It features layers of different woods (black walnut, cherry, oak, maple) and accents of African Padauk which ages to a deep burgundy color). Each scoop varies slightly in coloration. The scoop measures 5 in. long and holds approx. 2 Tablespoons.

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Holds approximately 2 tablespoons
5 in.
Wood is a natural material and variations in color and grain may occur
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DHH designs is owned by David and Jeneice Haessig. David began his career as a woodworker in 1976, building custom furniture. From there he started creating unique sculptural and functional pieces and exhibiting his work at Fine Art and Craft Fairs around the county. David has always used the finest domestic hardwoods and some exotics. Coming up with new ideas and product line is always a challenge that David seems to excel at. Jeneice met David in 1979 while working at the University of...

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