Fisher Blacksmithing

Handmade 13" Garden Tools

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Garden spade

5/19/2020 by robin

Well...I wasn’t sure whether to hang up this garden tool as a piece of art or use it in my garden... I chose to use it in my garden and was very please with the quality of craftsmanship... will purchase the whole set!


A group of treasures.

4/19/2020 by J

Every garden hand tool I received is a now-cherished work of art and usefulness. I love all of them.



1/6/2019 by Michael

I gave this as a gift for the person who has everything. She loves it. The question is whether it is art or tool. I think both.


Beautiful and tough

8/19/2016 by Jessica

This is the most beautiful garden tool I have ever held. The angles are perfect the weight is amazing. I would choose this over a standard shovel for many digging applications. I'm in love.


Beauty and functionality!

8/3/2016 by Tamara

I bought the wide trowel, pointed hoe and three tined rake and I love these tools. I have very small hands and feared that they would be heavy and awkward, but they’re very well balanced and designed in a way that makes them a joy to use. These are by far the best garden tools I've ever used and so artistically designed that I have them hanging on the wall, instead of hidden in my tool box. You WILL love them!


Happy customer

6/26/2015 by kathy

Hi! I bought the wide trowel as a birthday gift for my friend and she LOVES it! She commented, "It's a work of art" and I'm worried she's going to hang it on the wall instead of use it in the ground. Ha! I also want to add that it arrived promptly to her. Thank you!


Garden tools

6/12/2015 by Pamela A

Love, love your garden tools, I appreciate the workmanship of a lost art. Intend to order more for gifts. Thanks you for your dedication



6/12/2015 by Ann

LOVE this item. Wish I had gotten more.


Wonderful tools

2/16/2015 by Dorien

Glad to see you on Grommet. Bought some tools for my husband and he loves them. Beautifully made and very durable.



6/27/2014 by Carrol Ann

I purchased 3 tools for Christmas for my son...hoe, spade and fork. The beautiful workmanship makes them a delight to hold. My son spends many hours working in his garden, although he finds it relaxing. His yard is a neighborhood showplace. I know he will be so proud of his new hand tools..and think of his Mama with each use.

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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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