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How to Drill a Hole Into Flatware

Making bracelets, coat hooks, drawer handles or windchimes out of flatware requires drilling a hole in each piece, typically in the handle. To drill the hole successfully, you need a vise to hold the piece steadily as you drill; otherwise the drill bit may catch on the curves and angles on the handle or bowl of the piece being drilled. Wrap the...

How to Drill a Hole Into Flatware

Making bracelets, coat hooks, drawer handles or windchimes out of flatware requires drilling a hole in each piece, typically in the handle. To drill the hole successfully, you need a vise to hold the piece steadily as you drill; otherwise the drill bit may catch on the curves and angles on the handle or bowl of the piece being drilled. Wrap the...

Sway 20-Piece Flatware Set

Sway 20-Piece Flatware Set - Crate and Barrel - $87.96 to $109.95 per 20 piece place setting. Classic modern flatware throws a curve in warm satin-finished stainless steel. Undulating handles and asymmetrical tines lend contemporary shapes a fresh, dynamic sense of movement, sure to sway dinnertime conversation.

Vintage Blacksmith Flatware Caddy | Pottery Barn

Recognized for its rustic character as much as its function, galvanized iron has visible crystallites on the surface that create a distinctive aesthetic appeal. Perfect for casual entertainment indoors or out, our tiered stand presents your favori…

Spoon handle bracelet with silver leaf jasper beads 8 inches

This bracelet measures 8 long (20 cm) and features a beautiful spoon handle that has been curved to fit the wrist. Ive accented it with silver

Mono-tools 'zeug' flatware and cutlery was designed by Michael Schneider for mono. Inspired by the tools that Neanderthal man probabaly once used, and made of 18/10 stainless steel. If you look closely, the seemingly obscure design comes into sharp focus. try this - imagine the knife as an ax, the fork as a skewing tool, the spoon as a cupping hand, and now you begin to get a sense of what 'zeug' is about.