Baltique® Marrakesh Collection Spurtle
Add a splash of warming color to your kitchen with the Baltique® Marrakesh Collection Spurtle. This eye-catching utensil is masterfully crafted from layers of colored birched wood to create a gorgeous color array. The Marrakesh Collection features a rainbow blend of red, green, orange, blue and natural wood colors. The colorway was inspired by the bright and colorful marketplaces of Morocco. The spurtle is a versatile tool in the kitchen for both cooking and serving! At 13 inches long it provides ample length to get to the deepest of pots for stirring. It's long slim profile is great for serving as well. It features three slots in the serving tool and is safe for use with nonstick. Safe for use on nonstick coatings. Includes a convenient hanging hole for easy storage and display. To clean, hand wash or wipe with a damp cloth; do not soak or wash in the dishwasher. Pair the spurtle with the other utensils in the Marrakesh Collection for a bright bouquet of color in your kitchen!
Quality and colorful!
i love the entire collection! i purchased several pieces and upon receipt ordered more! For me they are just part of my kitchen decor and they look great!
I love this product! Durability, design, colors and it just makes my kitchen utensils pop!!!
I bought 3 different items from the Baltique™ Marrakesh Collection as a Christmas gift for my daughter-in-law. She absolutely loved them. She said these items will replace the other ones that she has had for 30 years. Beautiful in color and design.
Fast delivery, priced very reasonable and fair shipping costs! Tried to order from original maker of the spurtle as seen on television, but had problems with getting order thru as They didn't seem very customer friendly! So, looked up spurtle and found your web. Loved the colored ones. Gave as gifts and my niece called me last night and was commenting on colors...loved them! One thing though, can't you get made in America? Didn't see on your web made in China until I received them! Glad your family owned business is doing well, but why not help out America also?