Unmarked Iron Utensils
their rounded shape -ideal for mincing herbs- remains familiar to modern day chefs
Often known as a mezzaluna(Italian for half moon)
This kind of blade became a European kitchen staple around 1850.
Animal themed versions were a popular trend in France.
Copper eyes and oak, brass, and copper tails.
Starr Antiques is now on line, on Facebook, and occasional shows.
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