The Marna Circle Turner allows you to flip, turn, and rotate delicate food without breaking or ruining it. The ultra-thin blade easily slips under food, and the slotted head reduces friction, preventing food from sticking. The wide turning heads provides leverage and prevents food from falling off. An angled handle allows you to reach into tight spaces and get underneath wide foods like pancakes and omelets. Made of durable nylon, this turner will never scratch pans and is safe to use on any cookware surface.
Founded in Japan in 1872 by Toamatsu Nagoya, Marna began by selling simple brushes for cleaning clothes - the first such western style brushes sold in Japan. By 1950, the Nagoya family had turned Marna into an international seller of beautifully designed