Personalised Vintage Bakelite Butter Knife – The Cutlery Commission


Personalised Vintage Bakelite Butter Knife

Personalised Vintage Bakelite Butter Knife

  • Personalised Vintage Bakelite Butter Knife


Beautiful vintage butter knife spreader with a silver plated blade and Bakelite handle. It can be personalised with your choice of words, up to 20 characters.

Once touted as `kitchen jewellery' Bakelite flatware is making a comeback!

Love jam? Hate marmite? Personalise with your own words and brighten up the breakfast table with this butterly beautiful butter knife!
All of our vintage cutlery is silver plated and may show signs of its previous life, which only adds to its charm. It is all sourced here in England and many pieces date back as far as the 1920's. Due to every knife being different, it is not possible for customers to select an exact handle but there is the option to select a colour.

Our hand stamped cutlery differs from engraved cutlery because here at The Cutlery Commission ‘The Spoonettes’ use traditional, industrial tools to indent every single letter into the silver plate itself. Therefore marks made during the personalisation process are expected and spacing and alignment of letters are not exact. It all adds to the whimsical and charming look that makes your commissioned piece of cutlery such a unique gift.

Each commission will arrive tied in chiffon ribbon with a branded tag and tiny spoon charm; all wrapped in our bespoke acid-free tissue paper and ready to be given as a gift...or kept for yourself!

made from:

The cutlery itself is hand crafted from brass and then silver-plated. None of the items are therefore dishwasher safe and we recommend hand washing in warm water. Although the cutlery is useable, being silver plated means that it is prone to tarnish over time and should be treated more as a keepsake rather than an every-day utensil. And remember – silver cutlery loves a good polish now and then!

Dimensions: H14.5 x 1.5cm


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