Handcrafted Gardening Fork | Fisher Blacksmithing

Handcrafted Gardening Fork | Fisher Blacksmithing

Regular price $96.00

The Fisher Blacksmithing Gardening Fork is a tough gardening hand tool, created from 1/4" thick, abrasive resistant steel, typically used for buckets of bulldozers, backhoes, or what we see around Montana the most, snowplows. The tool is set as one piece into a slot in the hand turned, American black walnut handle and riveted all the way through with brass rivets. 

About the Garden Fork:

  • Head is made from industrial, abrasive resistant steel
  • Hand forged and built tool with solid steel rivets
  • Dimensions are approx. 12″ long x 5” wide
  • Hand turned American black walnut handle

Every heirloom quality Fisher Blacksmithing garden tool is handcrafted in Bozeman, Montana by Tuli Fisher, who has been a farrier and blacksmith for over 25 years. Tools are crafted one at a time using traditional blacksmithing techniques. Steel is heated to a red glow in the forge and then shaped over an anvil with a hammer. All joinery is done using solid steel rivets, and handles are made from hand turned American black walnut. Each tried and true design is an example of fine American Craft and built to last a lifetime.

"Knowing that the tool you hold in your hand was hand-forged by another human being and not a machine is like stepping back to a simpler time. It's not just a tool. It is art! -LaVonne S."