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Cutlery

Scope note

Culinary utensils that have a cutting edge, especially various forms of knives used for cutting, carving, dividing, or serving food. Sometimes used to embrace all types of flat culinary utensils; however, prefer "flatware" when referring to forks, spoons, and similar culinary tools without a cutting edge.

This term has 137 records attributed within our system.

Term type

AAT
Object name
Object category

Getty AAT term number

3000199794

Broader Terms used

<culinary equipment by form>

Narrower Terms used

knives (culinary tools)

Created

11yrs ago

Connected records

Knife

Maker(s)

Factory: Saint-Cloud Porcelain Manufactory (Handle)
Cutler: uncertain (Blade)

Knife handle

Maker(s)

Silversmith: Unknown

Teaspoon

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

Fork

Maker(s)

Maker: unmarked

Fork

Maker(s)

Maker: unmarked

Spoon

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

Cutlery case

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

Knife

Maker(s)

Designer: Bry, Theodor de (After)
Maker: Le Blon, Michel (After)

Knife and fork

Maker(s)

Cutler: Unidentified
Cutler: Unknown
Handle maker: Unknown

Knife

Maker(s)

Maker: Unidentified

Pair of knives

Maker(s)

Cutler: Unidentified
Handle maker: Unknown

Knife and fork

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

Knife

Maker(s)

Factory: Saint-Cloud Porcelain Manufactory (Handle)
Production: Unknown (Blade)

Teaspoon

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

Sheath

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

Spoon

Maker(s)

Maker: Unknown

A pair of knives and case

Maker(s)

Silversmith: Unidentified
Handle maker: Unknown
Cutler: Unknown

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