I volunteer at the homeless shelter at a local church. I'm the overnight host, and several years ago I started getting up early and cooking breakfast for our guests. The church kitchen has big, old American range, 6 burner with a big griddle, and the griddle is what I cook on. There are some spatulas that have just always been there, 3, identical, and I like them. A lot. They are carbon steel, the kind you have to dry. About 13 1/2 inches long, walnut handles, brass rivets, solid. Square nose. The flat is about 3 1/4" x 6", but here is the thing. Spring tempered, roll tapered carbon steel. These are perfect, and I wanted to get myself a pair of them, but they are impossible to find anywhere (so far). I found one mfr., Dexter Russell, that offers a choice of SS or carbon steel until I try to buy, then offers ony the SS. Any help, anybody? Thanks!