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Product description

Feature:
1. Made of high quality stainless steel, strong, healthy and durable.
2. Sharpened edge for hard, ice cream.
3. Ergonomic wooden handle, smooth surface, comfortable to use.
4. Easy to clean and dishwasher safe for convenient use.
5. Simple and stylish design, ideal for serving hard ice cream.


Specification:

Item Type: Ice Cream Shovel
Material: Stainless Steel + Wooden
Color: As Pictures Shown
Product Length: Approx. 240mm/9.4in
Weight: Approx. 142g/5oz








Package List:
1 xIce Cream Shovel

Note:
1. Manual measurement, please allow a little error, thank you!
2. The picture may not reflect the actual color of the project due to the differences between different displays.

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