Found a rather interesting Confectioner's catalog from 1907
The belt driven mixer.
And your gum aprons
Nice find Steeley
What i find of note is the cake knives ,one could look at that and say that's a carving or butcher knife .
and the forged bolster on the cake knife and cook's knife
because by the the time we see a 100 year knife or more it might be confused with something else
so much to learn .
I dig the ice cream makers shoes man, I dig 'em.
Funny to see that the "genuine sabatier cake knife" has even the traditional flat section we know from the chef's knife. Can anyone tell me the difference?
my guess would be there is no difference .
I have actually seen a "Sabatier cake knife" that chef had or at least that is what he called it. It looked like a regular chef knife but , with very fine serrations. This maybe what's pictured but the serrations aren't clear in the drawing. Not bread knife serrations, much finer.
this is an American Version from Landers Frary and Clark