more[HNW] scissor weights

Mary K Johnston klausfluoride at ou.edu
Thu Feb 7 05:17:03 PST 2002


think they're about 19th c.

Cindi Luckett wrote:

> Does anyone know what "period" these little guys fit
> in?  Maybe 20th century?  I was hoping for 17-18thC
> but perhaps not....
> >
> > When looking for patterns these are also called
> > "scissor keepers" and
> > "scissor fobs".  I've seen lots of patterns lately;
> > they seem to be a
> > popular item.  I suspect because they can work up
> > quickly.
> >
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