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17595 Paper knife, design at handle, wood, maker not recorded, Istituto dei Ciechi di Milano (Milan Institute of the Blind), Milan, Italy, acquired 1887. Click to enlarge.

Wooden paper knife by Milan Institute of the Blind

Made by Milan Institute of the Blind in Milano, Lombardia, Italy, Europe

Flat paddle of wood with taperred edges. Handle is decorated with open / pierced design. Paper knife was made for instruction and sale by the Milan Institute of the Blind, Milan, Italy.

Summary

Object No.

17595

Object Statement

Paper knife, design at handle, wood, maker not recorded, Istituto dei Ciechi di Milano (Milan Institute of the Blind), Milan, Italy, acquired 1887

Physical Description

Flat paddle of wood with taperred edges. Handle is decorated with open / pierced design. Paper knife was made for instruction and sale by the Milan Institute of the Blind, Milan, Italy.

Marks

No marks

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1887

Acquisition Date

16 November 1887

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Wooden paper knife by Milan Institute of the Blind 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 November 2019, <https://ma.as/6211>

Wikipedia

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