As promised, here is a picture of the completed spoons. They are about 13 3/8″ long and the spoon part is about 2″ wide. After I finished carving them, I let them dry for a couple three days. Next, I sanded them silky smooth then gave them a couple of good coats of butcher block oil. Now they are ready for service.
I am selling them for $25.00 each, and after I cut into my last walnut log, I might make a couple more of them. If you are interested in buying one, or having one made for you, let me know. Hopefully, I will sell two of them so I can buy a better gouge to speed up production.