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    The most amazing wooden lovespoons by http://www.davidwesternlovespoons.com

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    A trio of consummate Welsh love spoon designs combining intricate celtic knot-work and Canadian motifs, carved by David Western, master love spoon carver and author of "The Fine Art of Lovespoon Carving" and "History of Lovespoons." #Welsh #Lovespoons

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Tryfan from the lower slopes of Pen yr Ole Wen, Wales

Alder is a traditional Celtic wood known for courage, adventurism and self-reliance. It is a selfless protector, especially against drowning and death and is a solid shield against curses and ill-omens. Associated with warriors and explorers it helps protect against conflict and prepare for unwanted intrusions. This may be due to its connection with the Welsh god Bran - Alder was his sacred tree and one of his main functions was as a defender, keeping enemies at bay.