Fisher Blacksmithing Square Blade Garden Hoe
Style No. 78909447
Each Fisher Blacksmithing heritage garden tool is hand-forged in Tuli Fisher's Bozeman, Montana workshop. This garden hoe arrives with a squared-off head so it can be easily re-sharpened. The curve creates a perfectly balanced point that allows the weight of the tool to work with both the gardener and garden, rather than against. A go-to essential to get rid of stubborn weeds. All tools are made by hand using traditional blacksmithing techniques. The steel patina is a result of the heat from the forging process and varies from piece to piece. Each handle is made of black walnut and turned on a wood lathe.
Care tips: Rinse and clean the tool with water and a stiff brush. Wipe dry and store inside. Wipe down both the steel and handle with linseed oil a couple times every year.
About Fisher Blacksmithing: Founder Tuli Fisher is a full-time blacksmith in Bozeman, Montana. Tuli is a member of the British Artist Blacksmith Association, as well as the Artist-Blacksmith’s Association of North America. He's been building heirloom-quality hand tools since 1999 Tuli developed a strong interest in tool-making borne out of his study of skilled trades and the guild system.
-Steel, American black walnut
-Clean with water and stiff brush; wide dry and store indoors
-Wipe steel and handle with linseed oil twice a year
-Handmade; variance in appearance may occur
-Hand-forged by blacksmith in Bozeman Montana
2"H, 4"W, 13"L