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Traditionally called a fish slice in the 1800s, this shiny copper spatula (circa 1850) is truly multipurpose, functioning as a strainer, spoon, and spatula in one. It's handcrafted from a very heavy single piece of copper and has holes for straining and a curled end on the handle for hanging.
Sourced from: Coppermill Kitchen
Care instructions are included with the piece.
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