Forgotten Tools

by Studio Droog. A range of classical cutlery with forgotten shapes. A salt scoop, fruit spoon, sugar spoon, butter trowel, and more, held together like a Swiss army knife.

Source: Salt spoon, scoop-shaped with engraved handle and oval at the tip, Jan Pieter Barbier; Fruit Spoon, Jan Christopher Ultzen, 1791; Butter Trowel, polychrome painted with German Flowers, insects and fruits, Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen, 1750 – 1760; Sugar Spoon of chased silver, anonymous, 1783; Fork with a handle made of fighting animals, anonymous, 1675 – 1725; Fork with iron tridents and golden hilt. On side year 1597 and the letters IDL, anonymous, 1597; Spoon, polychrome painted with Deutsche Blumen, insects and fruits, Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen, 1750 – 1760; Spoon, anonymous, 1680

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