3 Responses to Why I Don’t Sign My Spoons

  1. Jeremy says:

    This sounds like a very reasonable response and I won’t try to convince you otherwise as it is a deliberate choice. I certainly wish I had dated my work through the years, mostly because I often can’t remember when I completed what.

  2. Flo Schuler says:

    I love your spoons and have at least one from 12+ years ago. I have one for each grandchild and burn his or her name and birth date on the end of the handle. (Since I get them as the children are born, it is a way of dating your work too.) When I use the various spoons, I pray for the grandchild whose name is on the spoon. My hope is that when I pass to heaven, each grandchild can take his or her own spoon and have it to use for a long time.

  3. I don’t sign my work I sell either for exactly the same reasons.

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