Handcrafted Garden Tool Set
Handcrafted Garden Tool Set
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Handcrafted Garden Tool Set

These heirloom-quality tools are made from hand-forged steel and finished with black walnut handles.
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Tuli Fisher

$290.00

Tuli Fisher created by

Tuli Fisher

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Exquisite! They are a work of art. Best gift ever!!!

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I gave these to a friend who is a very seasoned florist (who has owned several shops) and garden club member. In her own words "I was so impressed with these garden tools, the quality, way they contour to your hand is impeccable. They are so nice I will have to update my will to put these as a seperate item by themselves because they are truly heirloom quality". Yes, they are expensive but so worth the quality that you are getting. Wish everything was still made this well.

Atlanta, Georgia

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