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front Butter Knife
post 1834
This elegant mother-of-pearl butter knife went on the market in 1834, just two years after the Russel Cutlery Company was founded.
front Carving Fork
c. 1905
This carving fork was made by Lamson & Goodnow Company of Shelburne Falls, the largest cutlery producer in the U.S. in 1860.
front Knife Sharpener
c. 1905
This knife sharpener was made by Lamson & Goodnow Company of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, the largest cutlery producer in the U.S. in 1860.
front Table Knife

Thanks to skilled German immigrant workers and a growing U.S. steel industry, knife and fork sets like these were made entirely on location in Shelburne Falls.
front Table Knife

The design of this Lamson & Goodnow knife is both decorative and functional.
front Knife
This knife was made by South River Cutlery during the company's short tenure in Conway center.
front Knife

This knife was made at the John Russell Company's early home on the Green River in Greenfield, MAssachusetts.
document "Mark's China Putty, For Cementing Glass And China Ware"
c. 1870
George Washington Mark (1795-1879) was a longtime Greenfield, Massachusetts, resident and artist.
front Elm Burl Bowl
Native Americans made and used this wooden bowl between 1000 and 300 years ago.
front Birch bark bowl
c. 1790
A Penobscot artisan made this small birch bark bowl in the late 18th century.


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