Traditional scottish porridge-stirring tool, these are made by me in Scotland from Scottish beech, and feature a magical captive ring and my personal honeybee brand.
About 10" long, it can be used or admired or given to the stirrer in your life!
Traditionally Scots grew oats and made porridge, it's still very popular and seen as a 'superfood', traditionally it was stirred with a hardwood stick called a spurtle. Just look at the village scenes in Outlander and someone's bound to be stirring the porritch with one!
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