Musical knives ...

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Grymm
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Whilst looking for Tudor cooking knives and knife cases I chanced upon this early 16thC serving knife with a Grace and musical notation for said Grace writ upon the blade;

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Links to the page in case the pic doesn't resize, also the page has recordings of the tune being played.
http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/a ... ion-knife/
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They are lovely aren't they, what a find.

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Left Handed?

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Beautiful.
http://www.blood.co.uk. You get biscuits and everything.
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