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Scorched Ash Spatula - Handmade | West Country Product

Scorched Ash Spatula - Handmade | West Country Product

Hand-shaped, scorched British ash. Leather loop at the top for hanging and storing. Finished with a durable food safe oil. Made by hand in Devon by woodworker Ambrose Vevers, a woodsman who is passionate about his craft. He sources his timber locally from nearby woodlands, or, more often than not, it is felled and coppiced from the same very land he lives and works on.

Please clean with a damp cloth and don't submerge in water or put in the dishwasher.

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