A beautiful hand fork in high-carbon steel from our National Trust made by Burgon & Ball collection. The tools in this range have been created to echo the style and quality of the garden tools of yesteryear, using traditional manufacturing techniques. The attention to design detail creates hand tools of strength and durability, to make gardening easier for every gardener.
The perfect partner to our National Trust trowel, this classic hand fork is a gardening essential. The pointed tines (prongs) are specially hardened and tempered to withstand tough cultivating, with sharpened tips to cut easily into the soil for fast and easy working. The strong high-carbon steel features a textured powder coating in a distinctive antique bronze shade to protect it from corrosion.
The solid brass ferrule with etched logo ensures a secure connection with the FSC® ash handle and brings a timeless style, while the tang (neck) is precision forged to the perfect angle for ergonomic working. A strong leather cord allows the fork to be hung up tidily when not in use.
For peace of mind, this beautifully-crafted garden hand fork carries a ten year guarantee, as do all the tools in our National Trust made by Burgon & Ball collection. By purchasing this trowel, you are helping the National Trust look after the places in its care, as a percentage of revenue from sales of this collection will support its conservation work.
You may also be interested in our National Trust trowel. If you garden in heavy or clay soil, you may be interested in our National Trust round-tined hand fork [LINK].
Overall length 30cm, maximum width of fork head 8cm.
Handle: FSC certified hardwood
Trowel head: high-carbon steel
Hanging cord: leather
Standard Delivery £4.99, 3-5 working days
Express Delivery £9.99, next working day (cut off for ordering, 2pm)
Express Delivery is not available to customers located in the Scottish Highlands or any Island addresses.
NB: Express orders placed after 2pm on a Thursday or before 2pm on a Friday will be delivered on the following Monday.