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This nifty wooden spreader combines the rich red of Jarrah with the wonderful variations of marine ply (not to mention its strength and waterproof qualities) in a design that is imaginative and functional. Shaped to fit your hand it is good for spreading butter, pâté, soft cheese, in fact anything that doesn't require cutting. The original and creative use of marine ply with its endless possibilities - cut square for sharp contrasting stripes or angle cut to reveal ellipses that flow into each other - give this little wooden spreader a design edge that will add style and flair to your cheese or antipasto platter, the butter dish and even the toaster.

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Dimensions*:
Height 3cm x Width 3cm x Length 19cm
Weight*:
0.4

Where to buy

02 6645 1702
Direct From Manufacturer

Australian Woodwork
45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463


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Australian Woodwork

45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463

Phone: 02 6645 1702

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