Burgon & Ball Sophie Conran Gardening Tools.
"I couldn’t help noticing that whenever I would dig, half the soil fell off the back of the trowel, making each job take longer. The gently curving backstops of my trowel prevent this from happening – one less frustration in my day."
"I think a good fork should slip into the soil with minimum effort. That is why the ends of the tines on my fork are shaped and sharpened, making tasks like turning soil and weeding a pleasure!"
Waxed FSC Beechwood handle, brass ferrule and stainless steel head.
Width 7.5cm, overall length 26.5 cm.
Burgon & Ball began manufacturing in 1730 in the industrial heartland of Sheffield and for 280 years they have produced some of the finest sheep shears and cutting tools in the world. The metalworking skills of their workforce are some of the very best in the world and have been passed down through generations.