A 5 tined cultivating draw hoe made to an ancient English pattern supposed to be of Oxfordshire origins. Forged with a ring eye fitted about a 40cm turned ash handle. Used chopped into the ground to aerate, break up clods, chop weeds, and rake away debris. Hand forged and fabricated in the village of Kornhorn, in the northern Netherlands of a burnished high boron steel known for its strength and durability, by de Wit a company founded in 1898 by the village blacksmith whose name it still bears. Whilst best kept dry and oiled to prevent rust, cared for these tools will outlast us all. 5 tines with a width at the head a little under 12cm, and a length of 40cm.