Ancient kauri spatula made in Te Miro, Aotearoa

Regular price $115.00

This handsome and long lasting spatula is made by renowned fine woodworker Tom Muir in Te Miro, Aotearoa. 

This spatula comprises two native timbers both known for their strength: the handle is made from certified 35,000 year old kauri and the blade is black maire. It is sanded and oiled to a smooth glossy finish showing off the beauty of the wood. Its long blade makes this a great spatula for flipping delicate food like fish and omelettes, it is also useful for serving. 

The perfect special gift for a friend who likes to cook, the spatula is packaged with details of the timber type and origin, maker description and care instructions.

Please note there may be variation in timber used from time to time. 

See more fine woodwork pieces from Tom Muir here.


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