I really can't envision a more beautiful set of serving spoons than these, and in fact I purchased a whole salad set at an estate sale just to get them! That sale was of a Boston gallerist who dealt in Haitian art, and I believe that these are Haitian teak. Interestingly, they have a darker stain starting about a third of the way down the handles, and there is a signature carved into one handle, but I can't quite discern it. I love the combination of super round at one end and pointy at the other; just gorgeous, in great condition, and perfect for serving salads and all sorts of other things.
One spoon is a little longer than the other: one measures 10 1/2" x 3 5/8" wide; the other 11" x 3 1/2" wide. They are in very good vintage condition, no splits or cracks and just very light wear.