Happy Memorial Day! | Use Code 15OFFMEMORIAL to receive 15% OFF until 5/26

Home Decor

Garden & Patio

Utensils

Linens

Ceramics

Upcycled Denim

Baby

Kids

Decor

Earrings

Bracelets & Necklaces

Eyeglass Holders

Hair

Bags

Graduation Stoles

Clerical Stoles

Crosses

Nativities

Angels

CH16MW5

Hand Carved Wood Spatula

This attractive and extremely functional Hand-Carved Wood Spatula is ideal for flipping pancakes, eggs, toast... is it time for breakfast yet? Treated with food-safe tung oil, every spatula is strong & safe from the elements. Pick from Coffeewood, Macawood, or Laurelwood. Handmade & Fair Trade as always!

Care Instructions: Hand-wash with soap and warm water. Apply food grade oil such as tung oil or mineral oil to dry utensils periodically to maintain moisture, color and longevity.  

  • Certified Sustainable Wood
  • Overall approx. 11 3/4" L
  • Spatula is approx. 4" L x 2 3/4" W
  • Includes convenient hanging hole
  • Due to the handmade nature, measurements will vary

Handcrafted by Diego, a local carpenter who lives in a small town on the coast of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala.  He, his wife Raquel, and their nephew Pedro hand-carve beautiful wood kitchen servers from reclaimed wood for sustainable, living wage.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
DeborahKim Day
Creating memories

My sister and I traveled to Guatemala last year and fell in love with what we experienced while on retreat at Lake Atitilan. I bought the spatula for her for a Christmas present this year as a reminder of her kindness in going there with me on a healing journey. I plan to buy more handcrafted items from UPAVIM as your mission resonates with me. Plus the quality of the spatula is top notch.

Why Your Purchase Matters

Your purchase directly supports marginalized artisans in Guatemala. Most, who are women, live in high crime urban areas.  Proceeds from all sales directly support the funding of UPAVIM's community K-6 School.  We are a proud member of the Fair Trade Federation.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
DeborahKim Day
Creating memories

My sister and I traveled to Guatemala last year and fell in love with what we experienced while on retreat at Lake Atitilan. I bought the spatula for her for a Christmas present this year as a reminder of her kindness in going there with me on a healing journey. I plan to buy more handcrafted items from UPAVIM as your mission resonates with me. Plus the quality of the spatula is top notch.

Search