I make and sell these out of stabilized swedish wood. I forage forks and dry them myself and I band them with homemade flatbands or tubed to customers wish. I mostly work with knife and my finishes are woodash, blood (Swedish pig, moose or deer. My own in a few cases, 100% pure scandinavian viking blood!) or whatever the buyer likes. I do epoxy coating and polish with lamb wool from my fathers farm. This is just a hobby of mine and I would like to see if theres any interrest in these. I have never sold anything outside Scandinavia before. I charge equivalent of 15 US dollars and shipping. These are not machined boardcuts but natural forks. Made 90% with carving knife down to scraping and the rest sandpaper and different finishes. Right now I work alot with high gloss boat clear coating. In Swedish these are called "Slangbella". Fun fact. Slang means tube and Bella is a girls name. If nothing else let me know what you think!