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A Star Spangled Spatula

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A Star Spangled Spatula

Sarah Lonsdale July 04, 2013

What better way to flip burgers on the fourth than with a Star Spangled Spatula? Made by Lamson & Goodnow; the oldest manufacturer of cutlery in the US, the Star Spangled Spatula was designed by Jacob Riley-Wasserman for Areaware and is available for $65 from Gretel Home.

 

Above: The spatula handle is made from walnut.

 Above: The spatula comes with a leather tie for hanging.

Above: Lamson & Goodnow is not only the oldest manufacturer of cutlery in the US, they still use a mill to power energy harvested from the Deerfield River, which they has been in use since the early 1800s.

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