Engagement Collection

Captivating Traditional Engagement Gifts

Commemorate the engagement with something that can truly be treasured for the years ahead. Within this range we have included our most powerful symbolism to present as an engagement gift.

There are double bowls and stems to symbolise two lives coming together as one, paired Celtic knots and hearts to symbolise eternal love, chain links to symbolise unbreakable bonds and many others that you can learn about on our lovespoon symbols & history page. 

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  • Welsh Irish international wedding love spoon

    National Flowers: Ireland & Wales – W8

  • Welsh Scottish international wedding love spoon

    National Flowers: Scotland & Wales – W6

  • Engagement 1

    United with Love: Scotland & Wales Welsh Love Spoon – W9

  • Engagement 2

    United with Love: England & Wales Welsh Love Spoon – W10

  • Engagement 3

    United with Love: Ireland & Wales Welsh Love Spoon – W11

  • Engagement 4

    Cenhinen Bedr Welsh Love Spoon – W16

  • Engagement 5

    Loving Hearts, Always Welsh Love Spoon – W22

  • Engagement 6

    The Heart’s Embrace Welsh Love Spoon – W21

  • Engagement 7

    The Vanessa Feuillade Welsh Love Spoon – W23

  • Engagement 8

    Love Without Limits Welsh Love Spoon – W20

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    _ Welsh Love Spoon – W27


The process of making a love spoon includes many hours for design as well as the actual time involved in carving and finishing of each spoon. The wood most widely used in carving our range of Welsh love spoons is Limewood and is sourced from Monmouthshire, south Wales. The wood is pale in colour and very uniform in character. It is lighter and easier to carve than walnut or oak, it is easily worked, and has very little grain, and a density of 560kg per cubic metre. It is a very popular wood for intricate carving, and is a favourite of Paul Curtis. When Paul makes a love spoon, the wood is hand selected and cut to a manageable length and thickness to allow the carving to begin. Once a rough outline of the design is made, the tedious task of carving each detailed symbol begins. One slip of the hand and the process starts again. Once he has hand carved the love-spoon it is sanded three time with different grades of sandpaper and polished twice with beeswax. “This is a painstaking way to finish a love-spoon,” says Paul, “but is the only way to achieve a quality smooth silky finish that the Welsh love-spoon deserves”. A hand rubbed stain is then applied and it is allowed to dry. Later a beeswax is applied by hand, the spoon is hand polished and the cards are attached. It is the attention to detail and the pride in their work that makes Angel Woodcraft love spoons a treasured keepsake.

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