Oak Swill

Oak logs are heated, split, steamed and planed to create the frame for this basket which is actually a traditional legal measure.



Sciobs were traditionally used in many parts of Ireland to strain the cooked potatoes. The potatoes were tipped into the basket which was then placed back over the pot to keep the food warm.

The whole family sat around the vessel and ate out of it communally. Sometimes there was no table and people sat upon the floor and the basket functioned as the table also.

These days they are more often enjoyed as 'wall art' and come in sizes from 10" up to 36".


Large Sciob



Used traditionally for straining cooked potatoes as the "Sciob" was. It makes an ideal table basket.