Handmade Pear Wood Kitchen Spatula
Our Handmade Pear Kitchen Spatula is the perfect tool for the busy cook! Strong, hand carved and great for flipping and scrapping...
A natural alternative to plastic or silicone kitchen utensils, this pear spatula is handcrafted with thought given to the nature of the wood resulting in a sleek silky texture. In keeping with the high quality of traditional kitchen tools, it will become a kitchen favourite, perfect for making eggs, pancakes, stir fry, sauces and risotto.
Naturally strong and smooth it is excellent for stirring and scrapping without the risk of scratching the bottom of pans and pots. With a high heat tolerance, it will not melt against the side of the pan and will not cause seizing that is possible with cold metal utensils. The handle is smooth with rounded edges, with a sharp edge for gently lifting delicate foods.
- Handmade in Slovenia
- Material: Pear wood, locally sourced by the maker from sustainable sources
- Dimensions: 28cm long x 8cm wide
Know Your Maker
Esen Woodcraft is Matija Rizner, who designs and hand crafts beautiful high quality wooden utensils in his small Esen wood shop located in the picturesque area of Ruse, Slovenia.
Pear wood has a warm honey hue and natural grain. In a process of crafting, wooden cutlery is several times soaked in water, dried and sanded again, resulting in an extremely smooth surface texture. Each piece is unique and chosen to reveal the beauty seen in the colour and grain of the wood. The wood is locally harvested in Slovenia, without the need for any harmful fertilizers, pesticides or glues. Matija works co-operatively with local farmers to often source local wood that has been felled in the region. Each item has a different appearance, due to the nature of the wood, no two are alike. The item you purchase may very slightly from the image due to the hand crafted nature.
CARE: Hand wash only in warm water with a mild detergent, do not leave them in water. Not suitable for oven, microwave or dishwasher. Oil your wood utensils 2-3 times per year using vegetable or mineral oil and they will stay beautiful for years to come.