Farmer’s Hori-Hori Dagger
The Japanese word Hori means “to dig”. The Hori-Hori – sometimes referred to as a digging knife or weeding knife – is a serrated multi-purpose steel blade designed for use in the garden. Hori-Hori are very versatile tools that can function as a knife, saw, digging tool, or even as a measuring device for planting bulbs at a consistent depth. Whether you are weeding, cutting roots, transplanting or cutting sod, this tool is indispensable for amateur and advanced gardeners alike. Hand forged and assembled by the skilled craftsmen at De Wit. FSC-certified ash wood handle.
Made in the Netherlands
Measures 16" / 40.6cm Long.
Blade is 0.2" / 5mm thick.
When a company has been making the same quality product for almost 120 years, it’s usually the result of maintaining a commitment to rigorous production standards and an unwillingness to accept anything less than perfection. On April 1st of 1898, Willem de Wit started his blacksmith company in Kornhorn, Holland. Today, the de Wit family is in its 4th generation of ownership and are the standard when it comes to top-quality garden equipment. Their goal is to marry traditional craft and trusted manufacturing techniques with the latest innovations in gardening tool design. If this weren’t enough, they have committed to green business practices: choosing quality materials, keeping waste to a minimum, manufacturing tools designed to last, using FSC-certified wood for their handles and offering a limited lifetime guarantee against manufacturing flaws and defects.