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#45 whatisitwednesd aybzoc7 2018-04-28 15:54
Those three items belong to a Bowl and Nut Cracker set. I have never known the official name for thtem but we always called them, "meat-picks".

Sincerely,
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#44 RE: Happy #whatsitwednesd ay!eillib 2018-04-26 02:42
Wish I had these. I have a very large collection of corn holders - I am perhaps the only one in the world to collect them - and I missed this newsletter. The Thailand/Siam ones I have are marked "Siam" and have a 2-pronged fork. They do have rivets like these. I have never seen any with this shape of handle and blade.
It would be so helpful if you would include the size and any markings when you post the item.
#43 Answer from Kovelskovels.com 2018-04-20 13:54
Yes! Most of you were correct. These are corn holders (put on the ends of ear of corn to hold hot corn).
#42 It's #whatsitwednesd ay!FLGdNbr 2018-04-20 02:40
Oyster Shucker Shellfish Seafood Knives
#41 RE: Happy #whatsitwednesd ay!Ant1qu1ty 2018-04-19 20:26
They look like a knife to open oysters and clams.
#40 RE: Happy #whatsitwednesd ay!01375 2018-04-19 08:31
They are using when caning chair seats and backs.
#39 RE: Happy #whatsitwednesd ay!skatyeight 2018-04-19 02:40
Holders for corn on the cob.
#38 Siam Thailand mollusk knifeSweetieP 2018-04-19 01:27
The brass is indicative of Siam/Thailand and the short blade is usually for opening mollusk.
#37 RE: Happy #whatsitwednesd ay!teocal 2018-04-18 23:55
They are ink erasers
#36 RE: Happy #whatsitwednesd ay!teocal 2018-04-18 23:40
They look like Victorian ink erasers to me

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