Kitchen Artefacts Handy Spatula by Tom Muir
The Kitchen Artefacts Handy Spatula is a lovely versatile spatula to use or display in your kitchen. Handcrafted from Ancient Black Maire and timbers dated
The Handy Spatula has a black maire blade and the handle is a feature of Rewarewa from Manawatu river from the Taupo eruption of 1800BC. Black Maire is one of New Zealand’s hardest timbers and was used the by the early Maori for cultivation tools and weaponry.The timber is dense so very capable of cutting so be careful.
Each piece is unique and handcrafted from ancient New Zealand native timbers salvaged from rivers and forests. They are designed to be used and passed down to family or friends as a treasured possession.
This handy spatula handmade by sculptor-chef, Tom Muir. The handles are designed to fit comfortably in your hand and they look beautiful displayed in your kitchen (not be hidden away in drawers!) Only sustainably sourced New Zealand native timbers are used. Knife blades and spoon heads created from Black Maire, one of New Zealand’s hardest timbers and used the by the early Maori for cultivation tools and weaponry.The timber is dense so very capable of cutting so be careful.
Do not put utensils in the dishwasher. Warm hand wash only please.