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fiddle pattern

Line breaks: fid¦dle pat|tern

Definition of fiddle pattern in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A design of spoons and forks, with handles shaped like the body of a violin.
Example sentences
  • The "fiddle" pattern had its origins in France about 1675.
  • This is a fine heavy fiddle pattern soup ladle with a large hemispherical bowl.

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