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What gardener doesn’t have their favorite trowel? Well, probably a lot of gardeners have “a” trowel, but few have a trowel as fine as this one made for Garden Tool Co. by Red Pig Garden Tools. You’ll love the size and the unique bend of the tang as it gives you more leverage when digging and planting.
Each trowel has a hand sharpened spring steel blade that is fastened to the tang via two solid iron rivets. The tang is twisted into the hardwood handle for a connection that will not loosen. -Handmade in the USA!
Garden trowel dimensions:
Length: 14 inches
Blade: 2.5 inches wide X 6.5 inches long
Approx. Weight: 1 lb.
Made for Garden Tool Co. by Red Pig Garden Tools, each tool is hand-forged the ole-fashioned way by Bob Denman in his blacksmith shop located in Boring, Oregon. Because of this fire, anvil and sweat process, no two garden tools are exactly alike and are built to last a lifetime and beyond!
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call: 1-800-830-4019
Posted by Unknown on 8th Jun 2013
very pleased with the quality of my hand trowel. What a pleasure to use!
Posted by FloridaSenior on 8th Aug 2012
I've always bought inexpensive tools locally and thrown them away when rust claimed them. My husband did some research and found your website and told me to buy some quality gardening tools for a change. Although this trowel was by far the heftiest I've ever lifted, I found it surprisingly easy to work with and equally easy to clean. I don't have a big garden, working mostly with foundation plants, but this trowel really makes the work go faster.
Posted by Robert on 6th Jun 2012
This trowel is not as refined as some others, but is a great tool nonetheless. It has sharp point, thick blade, and is well made. It will last forever.
Posted by Melodie K. on 19th Apr 2012
Bob's tools are made to last. This is nice and sharp--I use it to open up bags of soil, cut twine, and so many other uses (maybe not what he had intended, but used a lot.) I've had this one for probably a dozen years. Somehow I left it out right before the worst snow in Spokane, WA history. After the winter was over, found it, used a little steel wool, and it was good as new and still sharp! PS-he also customizes tools to meet your need.