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Isabelle Pasta Measurer

Isabelle Pasta Measurer

SKU: PM064-I1216
۞ Size: 25x9 cm extra thin *Irregular*

۞ Woods: Oak, Paduk, Walnut
۞ Model: Isabelle
۞ Batch size: 7 pieces


This item is discounted, because it differs from our standard size range for this product.

This is a marvelous interpretation of our Isabelle style Pasta Measurer. We hand picked the Walnut, a dark brown hardwood with black grain; the Paduk, a deep red that darkens over time; and the Oak, a strong light brown hardwood, to create this item. It is part of a seven-piece batch. We never use stains or dyes, and we hand-finish our measuerers with our own natural beeswax finish. We want the natural beauty of the wood to show through.

A pasta measurer is a simple gauge to help you make the right amount of spaghetti, or other long pasta, every time. No more piles of leftover pasta or a hungry teenager asking for more.

We personally make everyone of our products by hand. Brasswood Handwork isn't about trying to make as many of something as fast as we can. We start by going to a local lumber yard and searching through the available selection. Before we buy anything we inspect it for grain, color, and quality of the wood. This isn't building lumber, it doesn't come cut into boards and planed smooth. After planing and cutting the wood into useful sizes, we start to plan the combinations of woods with the items we want to make. Next we glue the wood together to make our blanks, then more planing, then more cutting, then sometimes more gluing/planing/cutting. Finally we get to sanding, and sanding, and sanding, and sanding. After another inspection and cleaning we get to the branding. We don't put on a label, or use an ink stamp. We use a brand and burn our name into every piece we make. Finally the finish can be applied. As with everything else, this is done by hand. Throughout the entire process little parts are touched up or redone, so the final product is always something we are proud of.
    18,00 €Price

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