These are Continental items found in a burial at Oberflacht, Germany, late 6th century/early 7th century, but something like these may have been used by Anglo-Saxons. Wooden candle holder, bucket with spout, bowl, and bucket; German.
Tauschierte Grabbeigabe aus Maisach
Tatinger ware how to. Maien_und_Seite_041
Wooden bowl from Uppsala, the neighbourhood The Brewer, Bryggaren. Medieval period.
Keramik der Merowingerzeit
Wooden objects from Obetflacht, Germany, late 6th/early 7th century. Anglo-Saxons may have had something similar.
Early 6thC merovingian female grave goods. Issendorf, Germany.
Truhe nach Fund Haithabu, Hafen
MEdieval spoons. Spurensuche im Boden-Küchenarchäologie
Twenty years ago, eighteen wooden plates and bowls were recovered from a silted-up well in Spitalfields. One of the largest discoveries of medieval wooden vessels ever made in the UK, they are believed to be dishes belonging to the inmates of the long-gone Hospital of St Mary Spital, which gave its name to this place. After seven hundred years lying in mud at the bottom of the well, the thirteenth century plates were transferred to the Museum of London store in Hoxton