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A60-2 Paper knife, carved, fish design, wood, maker not recorded, location not recorded, acquired 1890. Click to enlarge.

Carved paper knife with fish handle

Made by 1890

Paper knife

Summary

Object No.

A60-2

Object Statement

Paper knife, carved, fish design, wood, maker not recorded, location not recorded, acquired 1890

Physical Description

Paper knife

Production

Made

1890

Cite this Object

Harvard

Carved paper knife with fish handle 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 November 2019, <https://ma.as/184977>

Wikipedia

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