Antique Hand Forged Wrought Iron Spatula Key Hole Blade Blacksmith Crafted 18"

Antique Hand Forged Wrought Iron Spatula Key Hole Blade Blacksmith Crafted 18"

Regular price $105.00


Description:  During the Colonial days, American kitchen tools - utensils were often seen hanging above the hearth on a timber or nearby the fire when not in use. This 19th century hand-forged spatula with a key hole shape blade is made from wrought iron with a hook end. Signs of hand-crafted cuts and hammering adds to the beauty of this early piece.

Note:  Please refer to "Condition" below for additional information.

Circa: 19th century


Overall Height: 18”

Handle Length: 11 ½”

Blade Height: 6 ¾”

Blade Width: 3 ½" (at top of blade), 4 ½" (at bottom of blade)


Color:  Black, Gray

Material: Wrought Iron 

Makers' Mark: No visible makers’ mark

Origin: Northeast Region

Condition:  Previously owned – used. Condition is consistent with age and use. No breaks or issues other than areas of normal patina and use. Left corner tip of blade is not totally smooth out.(as shown).

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