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Knife handle shaped as woman with book, bone, 15th c., Scandinavia?, Louvre OA 12175. Genevra Kornbluth

Knife handle shaped as woman with book, bone, c.

Chess-piece; ivory; king seated on throne; wears mantle fastened at neck, originally held horn to lips with right hand, broken off; man-at-arms to each side; dog before king. Museum number 1856,0612.2 14thC-15thC Made in: Scandinavia (?), carved ivory Height: 72mm Width: 65mm

king seated on throne; wears mantle fastened at neck, originally held horn to lips with right hand, broken off; Museum number Made in: Scandinavia (?

Carved ivory knife handle, 14th c. France. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.

Carved ivory knife handle, c. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.

Wedding knife, fork and sheath - third quarter 17th century, British or Dutch | Ivory, steel, silver, aggregate inlay | Accession Number:64.101.1595–.1597 | The Met

[OS] Wedding knife and fork (third quarter century). British or Dutch

Serving Knife

This serving knife, and its pair (see ac. has been attributed to Hans Sumersperger of Hall, the knifesmith of Maximilian I, at whose splendid court the influence of northern late Gothic and Italian Renaissance met

Serving Knife

This serving knife, and its pair (see ac. has been attributed to Hans Sumersperger of Hall, the knifesmith of Maximilian I, at whose splendid court the influence of northern late Gothic and Italian Renaissance met

Italian Automaton (The Devil), carved in wood, 15th and 16th centuries. It could “roll its eyes and move its tongue, emit a noise and spit smoke from the mouth”.

Devil Automaton: An Italian automaton depicting the Devil, carved in wood around the or centuries, could roll its eyes and move its tongue, emit a noise and spit smoke from the mouth.

Antropomorfic knife (detail), ivory (?), iron and copper incrustation, found in Szczecin / second half of the 13th c. (Northern Poland), National Museum in Szczecin

), iron and copper incrustation, found in Szczecin / second half of the c. (Northern Poland), National Museum in Szczecin

Cutlery, Flatware, Shun Cutlery, Table Place Settings

Burgundy 1450

A French Rondel Dagger, Burgundy circa 1450 The grip twisted with silver and…