Compact and versatile, the Master Shin’s Anvil Fork is the only one you’ll ever need to relocate your plants, remove weeds, and aerate soil. The convex shape of the fork doesn’t let soil stick, while the angle of the handle eliminates wrist fatigue. Like other gardening tools from the South Korean brand, this one is crafted by hand to last a lifetime. The blade is made from steel used for railroad tracks, while the handle is made from shade-dried wood. Left to dry naturally, the chestnut or oak wood becomes lighter and stronger while also making the handle water-resistant. Use the Master Shin’s Anvil Fork on its own or alongside the other gardening tools from the same series.
Designer: Master Shin In-young
Master Shin In-young is a celebrated fifth-generation blacksmith from Anseong, South Korea, home to the oldest blacksmithing lineage in the country. His superior handmade knives and farming tools earned him the title of Intangible Cultural Heritage Treasure #60 by Gyeonggi Province in 2016. Known as the only artisan who still practices a traditional technique of attaching steel sheets to clay, he is deeply dedicated to preserving ancient craft te...
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