This may be our favorite find this fall, and each one is a work of art. Glendon Boyd is a 5th generation wood worker in small Blue Ridge Mountain community. At 89, he still uses techniques developed generations ago to produce beautiful, simple wood bowls, plates, spoons and spatulas.
These plates are are individually handmade from woods such as cherry, apple, oak, maple and elm. They each have their own coloring, form factor and character, based largely upon the wood from which they are carved. Each is individually signed and inscribed with the type of wood used.