Allegheny Treenware: Kitchen Utensils Made from West Virginia Hardwood

published Jul 29, 2013
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Do you love your wooden tools and utensils? Then you’ll love Allegheny Treenware. This husband-and-wife shop features wooden utensils hand-carved from West Virginia hardwoods, but they don’t stop at wooden spoons; they have hand-carved wooden gravy bowls, butter dishes, even an egg separator!

Allegheny Treenware pieces are made from cherry, maple, birch, beech, or walnut, and sanded to a super smooth finish. The duo behind the company, Stan and Sue Jennings, mostly sell their goods at arts and crafts fairs, festivals, and shows around the country, but they also have an online shop. 

I just really love that butter dish!




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