Free shipping on UK orders over £75
Click to continue shopping
Social Supermarket Logo
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon
Olive Wood Teaspoon

Olive Wood Teaspoon


A spoonful of Africa – delivered to your door.

Discover the charm of our handcrafted Olive Wood Teaspoon with a Bone Handle, a testament to ethical craftsmanship and sustainable sourcing. Crafted with care, each delightful spoon is meticulously carved from sustainably sourced Olive Wood in Nairobi, Kenya. The smooth, tactile wood adds warmth and sensory delight to every stir, scoop, and sprinkle. What sets our Olive Wood Teaspoon apart is the bone handle, symbolizing the Kenyan farming industry’s commitment to resource efficiency. These handles are adorned with hand-batiked vegetable dyes, infusing a personal touch into every piece, ensuring no two spoons are alike

Olive wood is packed full of character, with irregular knots and fascinating marbling. Therefore no one piece is the same, adding to its charm and individuality.

This natural wooden teaspoon has been produced from durable, sustainable and water-resistant olive wood, it can be enjoyed daily and washes beautifully.


Olive Wood with bone accents

Bone accents are a bi-product of the Kenyan farming industry and each design is hand-batiked using vegetable dyes. This may cause slight variations from the image shown.


16cm x 5cm
* Please note that these are all handmade so there may be some small variations in size.


Olive wood has a great reputation for being harder and less porous than other woods. We recommend hand washing your wooden utensils with a mild detergent and warm water. Avoid boiling water and dishwashers as high temperatures may cause the wood to expand and split. Always towel dry after washing to prevent moisture cracks.

Rub your utensils periodically with mineral oil - when the utensils appear dull and the last oil treatment has worn off. This helps to prevent liquid from soaking into the wood and keeps it in good condition. After applying the oil, let the utensils sit for a few hours and then wipe off the excess. How often you treat the utensils with oil depends on how often they get used.

Karakorum introduces you to artisans of the world and the beautiful stories behind their products. This ethical home decor brand is a joyous celebration of traditional crafts, small business and fair trade practices. 

Karakorum is named after the former capital of the Moghul Empire, one of the most important cities on the Silk Road, despite its small size. Likewise, the brand is a small-but-mighty route for trade from around the world. 

A scroll through the Karakorum collection is like looking into the shop window of global artisans. Find candles crafted in Eswatini alongside Indian throws, Moroccan lanterns and Guatemalan sugar skull mugs. 

All Karakorum products have a special story and significance. Even more importantly, everything in the range is ethically made and sourced. That means the makers get a fair wage, there’s no exploitation in the supply chain, women are treated equally and the local community benefits from Karakorum’s trade. 

Whether you’re after a memorable, meaningful gift or a piece you can show off in your own home with pride – the Karakorum collection is the place to find it.