Anne Miller wrote:Pearl, for that tool the details are:
Finely honed double edged knife blade cleanly pierces through the outer skin, insulation and liner construction of flexible round duct and cuts in either direction.
Thumb operated latch opens the tool's compound leverage handles and the jaws of a built-in wire cutter to easily sever the exposed wire rib coil of the duct liner
raven ranson wrote:This came with a bunch of textile tools. It may or may not be related to textiles.
Philipp Mueller wrote:Peters picture could be some kind of specialty plane with changeable blades.
Nicole Alderman wrote:A measuring spoon collection? Maybe it measures in milliliters rather than teaspoon/tablespoon?
Nicole Alderman wrote:Fancy-pants serving spoons for various different foods?
Nicole Alderman wrote:You are evil! You must now repent and for your penance give us 2 hints
Nicole Alderman wrote:Replica of medieval spoons, purchased in England? Looking at pictures of medieval spoons, they usually had those skinny handles...
Mike Barkley wrote:Spoons to be used as musical instruments???
Mike Barkley wrote:Did some googling. Hair spoons.
Peter VanDerWal wrote:The little spherical spoon with the long handle looks exactly like a tool I saw someone using recently for sand casting aluminum. When I saw it I assumed it was some kind of tool designed for the forge, now I'm thinking he stole one of his wife's serving spoons.
Kind of looks to me like it a set of spoons for serving ice cream with individual spoons for sprinkles, nuts, etc.
Either that or they are absinthe spoons for large parties of serious drinkers.