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February, 1999 Acquisitions

Updated 1999-03-09


Stainless Steel Chopsticks

[cstix19990225 - 1999/02/25]. Material: Stainless steel. Description: In shape, they resemble standard Chinese style bamboo chopsticks, square at the end and round at the tip. However, these chopsticks are made from steel. Though hollow, as if formed from a tube, a nearly invisible seam suggests otherwise. They are pointed, but not tapered, except for the transition in the middle. They are lightweight and seem to have a good balance. Length: 23 cm. Source: Milford, MA. Made in Taipei, Taiwan.


Seven pair of Tansu Woodworks Chopsticks

[cstix19990216 - 1999/02/16]. Material: Various woods. Description: Featureless, square, tapered along entire length to a sharp point: Two pair of Matte black Gaboon Ebony (28 cm & 25.5 cm); two pair of reddish Padauk (pronounced "paduke" 24 cm); one pair of uniquely grained blonde Birds-eye Maple (19.5 cm); and two pair of rich dark brown Rosewood (22.5 cm & 26 cm). Source: Made in Florida, USA, by Tansu Woodworks, Inc., 1635 U.S. Hwy. 41N, Lutz, FL 33549 (813-949-8796; FAX: 813-948-6292)

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