Cutlery manufacturers use the bend test to judge the temper of blades.
It was proffered, and it accepted, the cutlery works.
In fact, the stupid English city probably never heard of the Wakefield Cutlery Company.
Commercial fervor rose to such heights in Wakefield that in no time at all enough money was subscribed to build a convenient factory and to purchase as many of the shares of cutlery stock as the amiable president cared to print.
In due season the manufacture of tableware and penknives began, and the pride of the town was set aglow by the trade-mark stamped on every article issued from the cutlery factory.
Its first capture was a cutlery company in another city.
After the plates and small silver and cutlery are in position, the decorating of the table should proceed as far as possible.
When a plate is removed it should be immediately replaced by another one holding a fork or any piece of silver or cutlery which is needed for the next course.
The coarser kinds of cutlery are made of blistered steel welded to iron.
Other methods of determining the degree of temperature at which the different kinds of cutlery are to be immersed, a second time, in cold water, are also practised.
The manufacture of cutleryis carried on most extensively in England, at Birmingham, Sheffield, Walsall, Wolverhampton, and London.
London cutlery has the reputation of being the best, and this circumstance induces the dealers in that city, to affix the London mark to articles made at other places.
The grinding ofcutlery is effected on cylindrical stones of various kinds, among which freestone is the most common.
The sandstone in this region is highly impregnated with iron, and smelters do a good business; indeed, the iron for nearly all the tools and cutlery that are used in this division of Eastern Africa is found and manufactured here.
My little nephew, madam; he is about to enter into the mysteries of the cutlery trade.
Produce the cutlery which was concealed in the culvert.