Horn and Wood Spurtle

£26.50 Inc. VAT

Wood Spurtle made from beech with hand carved horn finial in the shape of a thistle

From an English family business with over 250 years of history, using traditional working methods

Each piece is unique




The Spurtle is a Scottish kitchen tool dating from 15th century, used for stirring oatmeal or soup

Its simple rod like form is designed for constant stirring and to prevent the porridge from sticking

The horns used are from farmed cattle

The word Spurtle is derived most likely from the Latin word ‘Spatula’

There is an annual Porridge Making Competition held in Scotland where the winner is awarded a golden spurtle


Approx length 28 cm


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