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    • Animal Horn Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Animal horn was cleaned & boiled to soften it, then placed on a form & pounded into a spoon shape. The production of horn spoons declined sharply by 1890 when metal spoons were common and cheap. This spoon is from ...
    • Cow's Horn Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2001)
      Norwegian spoon made of cow's horn. Donor: Astrid Hildahl.
    • Hallingdal Rosemaled Wooden Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2006)
      Rust and gold rosemaled wooden spoon in the Hallingdal design from Norway. Donor: Anonymous. Size: 16"
    • Large Wooden Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Large wooden spoon. Donor: Marguerite Hirschman. Size: 12½"
    • Norwegian Wooden Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Norwegian Wooden spoon with geometric designs using Woodburn technique. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 13"
    • Norwegian Wooden Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Norwegian Wooden spoon with geometric designs using Woodburn technique. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 8½"
    • Square-Ladled Wood Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2005)
      Wooden spoon with square ladle. Donor: Mel and Melba Knudson. Size: 12"
    • Wooden Stirrer 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2005)
      Wooden stirrer. Donor: Mel and Melba Knudson. Size: 10"
    • Wooden Telemark Rosemaled Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2003)
      Wooden Telemark Rosemaled spoon in red, green, and blue. The inscription reads: "To Anne from Signe, Remembrance from Kvitseseid." Donor: Lois Seaburg. Size: 16½"