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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 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 Nut Pick

Lamson & Goodnow produced specialized items like nut picks to help Victorian diners eat in a more refined manner.
front Cutlery Box
c. 1905
This set of cutlery was a wedding present to Charlotte Wardner Lamson when she married Charles Hyse Warren in 1905.
front Nathaniel Lamson (1805-1866)
c. 1842
About 1842 this portrait of Nathaniel Lamson, an owner of the Lamson and Goodnow Cutlery Company in Shelburne Falls, was painted by Joseph Goodhue Chandler (1813-1884).
Russell Cutlery Factory
c. 1880
The John Russell Cutlery Company was located in Turners Falls, Massachusetts, in the late 19th century and was world-famous for its pocketknives, painters' spatulas, and druggists' knives.
front Fruit Knife

By the late 19th century, as many as thirteen different pieces of cutlery, including a fruit knife like this, could be found at a table setting.
front Charles B. Arms
Charles Arms was president of the Arms Manufacturing Company in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
front Ketchup Bottle

People have been using ketchup as a condiment since Ancient Roman times and it is still a popular condiment today.
front Pocketbook
c. 1835
This leather pocketbook was purchased by a South Deerfield, Massachusetts, man in 1835, just as manufactured leather pocketbooks were beginning to be distributed in the United States.


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