Williams-Sonoma Sophie Conran Hand Fork

English designer, food writer and avid gardener Sophie Conran designed this hand fork for use in her own garden, emphasizing comfort and efficiency. The lightweight tool is beautifully crafted and perfectly balanced for the female hand. Its... angled, sharpened tips pierce even hardened clay with minimal effort, greatly simplifying tasks like turning soil and weeding. Designed for the female hand. Rugged carbon stainless-steel fork resists corrosion and rust. Mirror-polished finish helps the tool slide easily into soil and compost. Ergonomic handle is FSC-certified solid beech with a natural wax finish. Solid brass fitting between handle and scoop for ultimate rust resistance and durability. 10 1/2" long, 3" wide. Designed by Sophie Conran for Burgon and Ball, founded in Sheffield, England, in 1730 and renowned for its high-quality gardening tools. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive. read more

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This border fork is handcrafted by Austrian coppersmiths, who forge each heirloom-quality tool from aluminum bronze, a hardwearing..., rust resistant copper alloy that contains 94% copper. The tines are honed to sharp, pointed edges ideal for breaking new soil and loosening roots and weeds. As they contact soil, the tines deposit minute amounts of copper that promote water absorption and help to repel slugs and snails. Crafted for enduring quality, with honed edges that retain their sharpness. Fork is hand forged to premium hardness, then polished to a high shine and left unsealed. Rust-resistant metal ages naturally to an attractive bronze patina. Steam-bent solid ash shaft is sanded and left unsealed; topped with a solid beech T-handle. Solid ash handle is sanded and unsealed. Handle can be personalized. Copper and brass fittings. As with any handcrafted item, subtle imperfections, textures and irregularities are to be expected, and are part of the unique beauty of each piece. 6 1/2" wide fork, 42" long overall; 3.5 lb. Made in Austria and Hungary. read more

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Crafted around the 1940s, this found hand fork was well used by a gardener in Scotland, where cultivating an ?allotment? is a nati...onal pastime. The tool has been cleaned and inspected, but the finish, quirks and character reflect the natural course of use and time. Vintage circa-1940s hand fork, found in Scotland. Crafted of forged iron and solid wood. The handle is burnished by generations of use and exposure to the elements. Oxidation, weathering and worn paint are natural effects of age and wear; essential to the character of each tool, they are not defects. Each fork is in working condition. These tools are found objects, and no two are alike. The tool you receive may look different from the one shown. Quantities are limited. Sizes will vary. Found in Scotland; country of manufacture is unknown. read more

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This hand fork is handcrafted by Austrian coppersmiths, who forge each heirloom-quality tool from tin bronze ? a hardwearing, rust... resistant copper alloy that contains 94% copper. The tines are honed to sharp points that slice into soil and break up clods and root balls with ease. As they contact soil, the tines deposits minute amounts of copper that promote water absorption and help to repel slugs and snails. Fork is hand forged to premium hardness, then polished to a high shine and left unsealed. Rust-resistant metal ages naturally to an attractive bronze patina. Solid beech handle is finished with linseed oil. Handle can be personalized. Copper and brass fittings. As with any handcrafted item, subtle imperfections, textures and irregularities are to be expected, and are part of the unique beauty of each piece. 3 1/4" wide, 10 1/2" long; 7 oz. Made in Austria. read more

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English designer, food writer and avid gardener Sophie Conran designed this hand fork for use in her own garden, emphasizing comfo...rt and efficiency. The lightweight tool is beautifully crafted and perfectly balanced for the female hand. Its angled, sharpened tips pierce even hardened clay with minimal effort, greatly simplifying tasks like turning soil and weeding. Designed for the female hand. Rugged carbon stainless-steel fork resists corrosion and rust. Mirror-polished finish helps the tool slide easily into soil and compost. Ergonomic handle is FSC-certified solid beech with a natural wax finish. Solid brass fitting between handle and scoop for ultimate rust resistance and durability. 10 1/2" long, 3" wide. Designed by Sophie Conran for Burgon and Ball, founded in Sheffield, England, in 1730 and renowned for its high-quality gardening tools. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive. read more

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Solid oak and stainless-steel construction ensure that this fork will provide years of rugged and reliable service in the garden. ...The handle is shaped for a comfortable grip, and the flat tines slide smoothly into the soil for efficient weeding and cultivating in raised beds and containers. Polished stainless-steel fork resists rust. Contoured solid oak wood handle. 3 1/4" x 5" fork; 12" long overall. 7 oz. Designed by Joseph Bentley, a horticultural tool company founded in Sheffield, England, in 1895. read more

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