Circular Spatula - Red

$14.00 $40.00
2 in stock


Whether it’s for mixing, stirring, or sautéing, The DÅ Brand’s Circular Spatula is an all-round handy utensil you can rely on — and it’s attractive enough to use at the table for serving. Hand carved in Nigeria from locally-sourced wood and delicately hand painted with non toxic paint, this effortlessly beautiful spoon-like spatula will bring an elegant touch of afrominimalism to your kitchen. The perfect gift for the gourmet cook who appreciates fine tools.

Features & Details
  • Material: 100% Local Nigerian Wood
  • Country of Origin: Nigeria
Shipping & Returns
Shipping Policy

We currently only ship to Canada and the US (except PO boxes, APO/FPO and US Territories).

Your order will be shipped DDP (Delivery Duty Paid) so that you don't have to pay extra fees upon delivery. Please allow 2-6 business days for delivery from receipt of tracking. Add 5 business days for shipments to Canada.

Free shipping on orders above $125USD is applicable to USA and Canada orders with exception of Hawaii where air shipping rates apply.
Return Policy

We hope you’ll love your purchase. In case you need to make a return, you have 30 days to send eligible items back to us. Items that are customized or special ordered are not eligible for return. Contact us at to initiate a return request.

Please see our Shipping & Return Policy for further details and rates.

Causes This Product Supports
  • Community Engagement

    This organization actively engages in local initiatives in the communities in which it serves.

  • Heritage Craft Preservation

    This product supports the preservation of heritage crafts and enables artisans to create sustainable livelihoods through their traditional skills

  • Natural Materials

    This product has been crafted with materials that are derived from plants, animals, or other naturally occurring materials.

Why Goodee Loves

The DÅ Brand

Forward-thinking and purpose-driven, The Da Brand signifies a positive shift in urban culture and traditional craftsmanship in Nigeria, while reframing the narrative around African design.