It's my favorite but its getting a bit worn and I've been trying to order a replacement online. I've tried "spatula with scooped sides" and "spatula with angled sides" but nothing leads to what I want. Everything I look for just leads to a regular flat spatula, or sometimes a rubber spatula, an angled spatula or even a fish spatula.
It's an egg slice - like a fish slice but more curved & wider.
It's for flipping/serving fried eggs… though tbh I just use a fish slice for anything like that.
Your only problem with searching it is 'egg slice' brings up a million hits for slicing eggs, so 'egg slice spatula' or 'egg fish slice spatula' might hone it down a bit. Lots of manufacturers have many things that vary in shape between the two profiles, egg or fish.
I always think half the issue with this is that no-one else knows it's properly called an egg slice either - so searching gets pretty tough.
You might get a better set of hits with 'egg turner spatula' as it seems many people call them an egg turner.
It does also look a bit like a slotted chuan, but if you search chuan, you don't get holes.
Well I don't really like answering my own question, but I think there has been enough information to provide one.
The shape of the spatula appears to be based on a wok chuan or wok spatula, which have a shovel like design which helps when stir-frying dishes in a wok. However, these don't generally have a slotted design.
Credit to @AMtwo and @Joe for pointing this out.
@zanlok provided a link on amazon that exactly matches my spatula. Apparently it is a product created by Crestware. The description, "Nylon Slotted Scoop Turner" only returns results for the same product from Crestware, so I'm not sure it's a good general description.
@Tetsujin provided egg slice, and while I appreciate and have upvoted the answer, I think it more describes a wider spatula but doesn't include the raised sides that the wok spatula has.
I would guess that the best description would be "slotted wok spatula". However, I suspect that my actual spatula was only created out of an effort by a company to produce as many varying types of kitchen utensils so as to increase sales of said utensils. While I still like it, the functions I use it for may be better filled by either a slotted spatula or a wok chuan/spatula.