Fisher Blacksmithing

Handmade 13" Garden Tools

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Quality you can smell!

5/21/2014 by Hannah

We bought this as a gift for a new client whose hobby is gardening, and now everyone in our office wants one (or all of them!) for themselves. The heft, the craftsmanship, heck- even the smoky smell leftover from the forge- all combine to make this a uniquely beautiful and useful tool.


Under the spreading chestnut tree.......

2/21/2014 by deb

I am going to keep Tuli Fisher forever! Great, great tools (and service)!


Great garden tools

1/9/2014 by Christina

Very pleased! These are beautifully crafted and sturdy tools. They were a gift for my husband. He works in the manufacturing industry and was very impressed with their quality. Can't wait for spring to come to really put them to work. (The reusable burlap sack packaging was a great rustic touch!)


Garden Tools

1/5/2014 by Brenda

Again, fabulous!


Garden Tools

1/5/2014 by Brenda

These tools are fabulous, my girls each got a set as did I, can't wait to use them!


Beautiful Hand Made Tool

12/10/2013 by Catherine

I ordered the pointed trowel but received the weeder (for which Grommet apologized and provided a generous credit - thank you!). The weeder is a beautiful tool, well-made and sturdy. I would recommend this manufacturer.


A finely crafted tool

10/7/2013 by Linda

Surprise gift for that intrepid gardener


Super gift for that gardening guy in your life!

10/7/2013 by Linda

Well made and in USA



6/28/2013 by julie

LOVE this.....thank you soooo much. xoxo julie

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The Fisher Blacksmithing Story

Fisher Blacksmithing - Handmade Garden Tools

A Traditional Toolmaker

Sometimes the simplest things are the most exquisite. Blacksmith and metal artisan Tuli Fisher makes garden tools. It sounds ordinary, but what makes the tools special are his commitment to a lost craft and the quality of his creations.

Tuli forges each trowel, rake, and hoe by hand in his Bozeman, Montana, workshop with domestically sourced materials. He uses traditional blacksmithing methods to heat, shape, and hammer the iron, and he hand-turns the hardwood handles. His artistry is evident in the details. Tuli bends the side tines below the ferrule on his hand rake to create a fleur de lis
shape, for example. The curved shape of the pointed hoe makes it a hardy, versatile tool with a leaf-like profile, and the narrow trowel has teeth on one side to maneuver around roots and dig through hard soil.

Tuli’s labor of love combines his blacksmithing expertise and studies of traditional tool-making. His foray into garden tools started when a neighboring farmer trudged through the snow to ask Tuli to repair some tools. After fixing the tools and making even better ones, Tuli found his new passion.

It takes Tuli a lot longer to make each tool by hand than it would with conventional manufacturing methods, but the payoff is worth it. Garden enthusiasts (like Tuli himself) can really feel the difference.
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