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EXAMPLES OF THE THE WAY IT WAS: Decorative Tools

 

 

 

 

Item: Left

Attelets - Hatelets- Decorative Skewers

Contributor:

George Hill - Melbourne- Australia

Description use and estimated Age: 

1960 - 1980

   

Silver decorative skewers called Attelets (French)  derived from the term" Hatelets" that described a decorative skewer used  to decorate meat or fish  presentations on grand buffet presentations.

   
   
   

   
   

Item: Above

Attelets - Hatelets- Decorative Skewers

Contributor:

John Miller - Melbourne- Australia

Description use and estimated Age: 

1960 - 1970

   

Silver decorative skewers called Attelets (French)  or " Hatelets". taken from the the classical name for a meat or fish on a skewer.

"Shish Kebab" Shish = Sword  Hence the name Shish kebob (on a sword)

 

Selection of Attelets - 1950
Contributor: Graham Dodgshun - Melbourne - Australia
In three well known reference books we find that the decorative skewer is spelt "Atelet" - "Attelet" and "Hatelet" I mainly use Larousse Gastronomic as the reference and use Attelet.
 

 

           

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