It all started the day Jonathan forgot to put a spoon in his lunch bag when he was working as an apprentice to a furniture maker. He took a piece of scrap wood and quickly shaped a spoon.
Jonathan’s spoons have developed over the years. Originally made of uncommon woods such as lilac, plum, and honeysuckle, he has since chosen to make his spoons of cherry wood. His utensils have a unique sense of balance and warmth because they are designed with the hand and purpose in mind. "Spoons" have become spatulas, tongs, spaghetti forks, spreaders, and more.