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Rustic and upcycled, this hand hoe gives new life to used parts. Made from a tooth of a sickle bar mower, these teeth are typically discarded once or twice a year when mowers hit rocks in the pasture during hay season. We scour the scrap metal piles of ranches in Montana to find these gems and then thoughtfully repurpose them into the cutting head for our handcrafted hand hoe! The tough as nails alloyed steel and serrated edges make this a fantastic fit for your flower bed.

A fine American craftsman product, BOXHILL's Recycled Sickle Section Walnut Hand Hoe is made from hand-forged steel, which is set into an American Black Walnut handle. Each is individually built using traditional blacksmithing techniques, an anvil, and a hammer. All of the joinery is done with solid steel rivets, with no welds. The hand-turned, wooden handles are made with durable, tight grain hardwood that feels good in the grip of your hand.

This tool is an excellent gift for a wedding couple, a discriminating or passionate gardener, or anyone who values high-quality, traditional craftsmen tools.



  • 12" x 2.5"
  • 1 lb

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