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Christmas Gifts-Stocking Stuffers-Wooden Spatula-Olive Wood Spatula-Wood Utensil-Kitchen Utensil-Kitchenware-Olive Wood Round Handle Spatula

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Wood
  • Favorited by: 8 people
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Handmade in the Holy Land at our Fair Trade Community Workshop for young men and women who are deaf, disabled, and disadvantaged. Part of our Tabletop Treasures Collection, each of these spatulas is one of a kind and skillfully hand-carved by an elderly gentleman who grew up in Bethlehem and learned to carve at his grandfather's knee. Wood grains vary from subtle honey tones to dramatic swirls.

These spatula sets are one of our most popular wedding, host, and housewarming gifts. Chefs go crazy over them! They are my personal favorite for mixing and stirring! Hand washable, each is coated with a food safe beeswax/olive oil finish.

They make both unique and practical gifts for any age or occasion while also making a significant difference in the lives of people with special needs. Finish off your gift with one of our beautiful double-draw gift bags made of rare Damascus Silk. (Bag fabric to complement with special event colors may be requested.)

The regular spatula measures approximately 9.5 x 2 inches.
The large spatula measures approximately 10.5 x 2.75 inches.

Each comes with care instructions, a descriptive tag, and Workshop Story Card.

Holy Land Designs
Fair Trade Community Workshop
Carving Out Opportunities to Enrich Lives
Creating Quality Handcrafted Designs for a Living Wage
An outreach to people who are deaf, disabled, and disadvantaged in the Holy Land
Handmade in the Holy Land at our Fair Trade Community Workshop for young men and women who are deaf, disabled, and disadvantaged. Part of our Tabletop Treasures Collection, each of these spatulas is one of a kind and skillfully hand-carved by an elderly gentleman who grew up in Bethlehem and learned to carve at his grandfather's knee. Wood grains vary from subtle honey tones to dramatic swirls.

These spatula sets are one of our most popular wedding, host, and housewarming gifts. Chefs go crazy over them! They are my personal favorite for mixing and stirring! Hand washable, each is coated with a food safe beeswax/olive oil finish.

They make both unique and practical gifts for any age or occasion while also making a significant difference in the lives of people with special needs. Finish off your gift with one of our beautiful double-draw gift bags made of rare Damascus Silk. (Bag fabric to complement with special event colors may be requested.)

The regular spatula measures approximately 9.5 x 2 inches.
The large spatula measures approximately 10.5 x 2.75 inches.

Each comes with care instructions, a descriptive tag, and Workshop Story Card.

Holy Land Designs
Fair Trade Community Workshop
Carving Out Opportunities to Enrich Lives
Creating Quality Handcrafted Designs for a Living Wage
An outreach to people who are deaf, disabled, and disadvantaged in the Holy Land

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