Pottery/Container Knife by Sneeboer

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After hearing of difficulties efficiently removing plants from containers for re-potting purposes, Sneeboer created this Pottery/Container Knife with two sharp sides, an ergonomic handle, flexible blade and a square, sharp end to cut any roots that are stuck through the pots. Handmade in Holland Since 1913.

Pottery/Container Knife dimensions-

  • Overall Length:  21 inches
  • Blade Length:  16 inches (1 1/4" wide)
  • Approx. Weight:  6 oz. 

After hearing of difficulties efficiently removing plants from containers for re-potting purposes, Sneeboer created this Pottery/Container Knife with two sharp sides, an ergonomic handle, flexible blade and a square, sharp end to cut any roots that are stuck through the pots. Handmade in Holland Since 1913.

Pottery/Container Knife dimensions-

  • Overall Length:  21 inches
  • Blade Length:  16 inches (1 1/4" wide)
  • Approx. Weight:  6 oz. 

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Sheila B.
Effective Tool

I have already used the tool to remove a long-time, very large potted bush from its pot. It worked well and both the plant and the pot survived. I have had to break expensive pots in the past in order to transplant large, pot-bound plants so, even though this is an expensive tool, eventually it will save money.

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James F.
pottery knife

great tool for overgrown orchids that need to be divided