These are further examples of Murray's hand carved lovespoons:
The first is a very delicate type of spoon with the bowl shaped to suggest a heart. There are lots of leaves here but no flowers.
The second example shows traditional daffodils and the lovers names carved on a sash near the middle. Here nature and the local mountains were an inspiration and these are represented by the mountains at the top and a squirrel! The heart is also carved with their initials and again the bowl is heart shaped.
The third one shows a more traditional style of lovespoon. The recipient's or couple's name would normally be carved on the heart near the centre of the spoon and it features a daffodil, celtic knot and a horseshoe.
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