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“Rhino” is a long wooden spreader knife / spatula. Hand carved from a maple tree that had been taken down by storm in one of the ravines, here in Toronto – offering many branches for future spoons and more.

The spreader knife / spatula is 9" (24cm) long and its blade is 2" (5cm) wide. The blade is 1/8" thick at the tip widening towards the handle. It tapers to a thin edge along the front and bottom so you can cut into soft cheeses and butter. “Rhino” is perfect for spreading dips, jams, jellies or other spreads. This long spreader knife makes it easy to reach the bottom of taller jam or mayonnaise jars without getting your fingers messy. Its rounded handle fits perfectly into the hand.

“Rhino” is an all-rounder. Intended as a knife it can also be used as a spatula since its blade is larder than that of a usual spreader knife. Andy followed the natural growth of the fibers which guided him and helped create this extraordinary piece. This stunning spreader knife/ spatula would make a unique kitchen accessory for you or a wonderful hostess gift.

After the knife had been hand-sculpted, it was wet sanded to prevent fuzziness. The result is a silky smooth finish. For final protection it was oiled with food safe organic hemp oil and polished with beeswax.

Care is easy: just wash in warm soapy water, towel dry, and apply some oil every couple of weeks, for example hemp or walnut oil, and this spoon will last a lifetime.

A care guide will be shipped along with the spatula or other kitchen tools that you order.

Maple Wooden Spatula Spreader Butter Jam Cheese Knife