Here are some unusual and common pieces.. olive/pickle forks (Candlelight and Warwick),  sardine fork (7 tined) (Old Newbury), Repousse  lemonade spoon (the long one), a bon bon spoon (Prelude),  Eloquence) cream soup spoon, a Chantilly salad fork,  an Old Master all silver butter knife, Old Orange Blossom small teaspoon (PM),  and a cheese knife in Luxemburg.

Here're some very unusual pieces:  A Roanoke crumber (the long piece), a Dominick and Haff Washington cheese scoop, an Oval Twist sugar sifter and berry fork, an Imperial Chrysanthemum preserve spoon, a Luxemburg cheese knife, an Avalon cracker scoop (pierced bowl), and finally a Chatelaine long handled pickle fork.

Here're some very unusual pieces:  A Roanoke crumber (the long piece), a Dominick and Haff Washington cheese scoop, an Oval Twist sugar sifter and berry fork, an Imperial Chrysanthemum preserve spoon, a Luxemburg cheese knife, an Avalon cracker scoop (pierced bowl), and finally a Chatelaine long handled pickle fork.

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