Forged trowel Pi2, lozenge shape WOOD HANDLE
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Forged trowel Pi2, lozenge shape, 7cm, WOOD HANDLE

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Réf. 00100210

Classical wood handle paint in orange for a better visibility !

The 90° angle is perfect for archaeological excavations !

The small blade of the trowel is more adapted for excavating small surfaces. Its blade is thicker than that of the 9 and 11cm Pi2 trowels.

(Malicious gossip has it that it is a chief's trowel because it can disappear in his pocket!...).

Blade thickness : 1.4 mm

Forged trowel Pi2, lozenge shape, 9cm, WOOD HANDLE

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Réf. 00100211

Classical wood handle paint in orange for a better visibility !

The 90° angle is perfect for archaeological excavations !

The average blade fits to all scenarios. Neither too long nor too short, the 9cm trowel is used on the most excavations. It is also ideal for a first excavation experience.

Blade thickness : 1.2mm

Forged trowel Pi2, lozenge shape, 11cm, WOOD HANDLE

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Réf. 00100212

Classical woodhandle paint in orange for a better visibility !

The 90° angle is perfect for archaeological excavations !

Its long blade is very usefull for "stripping". The 11 cm is the trowel of experienced archaeologists. As a matter of fact, in the course of time, the 11cm trowel  inevitably becomes a 9 cm and if it was not lost  in a spoil heap, ends its career as a 7cm.

Blade thickness : 1.2 mm

Forged trowel Pi2, lozenge shape, 13cm, WOOD HANDLE

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Réf. 00100213

Classical woodhandle paint in orange for a better visibility !

The 90° angle is perfect for archaeological excavations !

Its long blade is very usefull for "stripping". The 13 cm is the trowel of experienced archaeologists. As a matter of fact, in the course of time, the 11cm trowel  inevitably becomes a  11 cm, then a 9 cm and if it was not lost  in a spoil heap, ends its career as a 7cm.

Blade thickness : 1.2 mm