I wasn't going to post this until I finished, but I'm not sure that ever will, so here ya go. I started it when I made the cutting oil bottle. It was mostly a reason to try TIG welding stainless steel, but it turned into an actual project.
The odd shape of the scoop is an experiment. The lobes are to dig into the ice cream. The offset puts the scoop at a more natural angle when scooping. There's a slight depression for my thumb formed by end of the scoop. Surprisingly, it actually works. It's particularly suited to smaller containers.
The handle is over 1mm thick wall tubing. The scoop and end caps are the thick plate I used for the bottom of the oil bottle. The scoop was shaped with a very large rounding hammer on block of wood, then smoothed with a planishing hammer. Even heated to cherry red, this stuff didn't want to bend, and my bandsaw with a new blade barely cut it.