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«Cet ensemble [de Lehendrick] date de 1767 à 1771, mais la conception de la fourchette, cuillère, et couteau ressemble beaucoup à ceux d'un service à dessert en Argent fait en 1744 par le célèbre orfèvre Thomas Germain (1673-1748). »BIJOUX ET PIERRES PRECIEUSES: novembre 2014

The tooled leather box contains six couverts—the French term for two or more matched pieces of flatware—which in this instance each comprise a fork, spoon, and knife. Six identical couverts housed in a similar box are also in the Museum’s collection

A cutlery set designed by Salvador Dali, 1957.

tooth-eater: aarcadien: Salvador Dali – Ménagère (Cutlery Set) 1957 Six pieces (silver-gilt) comprising of two forks, two knives and two enameled spoons. Part of my continued interest in artists who were able to do more than one thing with extreme skill

Spoon and fork, Combination    Date:      probably 1624  Culture:      Dutch (Amsterdam)  Medium:      Silver  Dimensions:      7 x 1 13/16 x 1/2 in. (17.8 x 4.6 x 1.3 cm)

Spoon and fork combination Date: probably 1624 Culture: Dutch (Amsterdam) Medium: Silver Dimensions: 7 x 1 x in. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Samuel P. Avery, 1897 Accession Number: b

Italian School Dating 1501 = 1525 Material Gold Silver Porphyry Technical Engraved Carved Cast Molding Measurements Length = 18.20 cm Bowl ...

Italian School Dating 1501 = 1525 Material Gold Silver Porphyry Technical Engraved Carved Cast Molding Measurements Length = cm Bowl .

Silver Spoon  --  Circa 1430  --  South Netherlandish  --  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Silver Spoon -- Circa 1430 -- South Netherlandish -- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

19th Century Pewter 'Gibson' Medicine Spoon by S. MAW London. Charles Gibson invented this type of spoon in 1827 for administering medicine. For this ingenious invention he was awarded the Society’s silver medal. The spoon is to be filled through the hinged flap on the bowl. The lid, when closed, forms an airtight seal.

Century Pewter 'Gibson' Medicine Spoon by S. Charles Gibson invented this type of spoon in 1827 for administering medicine. For this ingenious invention he was awarded the Society’s silver medal.

Spoon, c. 1500  Italy, Venice, 16th century  enameled shell and coral, gilt-silver mounts; detachable pick with dragon's head finial

Spoon, c. 1500 Italy, Venice, century enameled shell and coral, gilt-silver mounts; detachable pick with dragon's head finial; Cleveland Museum of Art

lace of origin: France (made)  Date: 1580-1620 (made)  Artist/Maker: unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Steel, with engraved brass handles set with mother-of-pearl and beads  Credit Line: Salting Bequest  Museum number: M.610-1910

Knife and fork

lace of origin: France (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Steel, with engraved brass handles set with mother-of-pearl and beads Credit Line: Salting Bequest Museum number:

Cutlery set Place of origin:Germany (made) Date:ca. 1560 (made) Artist/Maker:Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:Engraved steel and ivory Museum number:2165 to M-1855 Gallery location:Metalware, room 116, case DR7 V&A Images

Cutlery set Place of origin:Germany (made) Date:ca. 1560 (made) Artist/Maker:Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:Engraved steel and ivory Museum to Gallery location:Metalware, room case V&A Images

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