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Number: 30/149
Name: Cutlery > Combined cutlery or combined with ancillary feature > Cutlery > Knives and spoons
Description: Knives and spoons combined in one implement.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7549228 Fruit peeling packaging innovation with an optional cutting edge, optional spoon, optional fork, or optional hybrid spoon-fork Jun. 23, 2009
7458163 Bagel scooper Dec. 2, 2008
7156434 Cooking tool assembly Jan. 2, 2007
7013568 Snap-together eating utensil assembly Mar. 21, 2006
6898857 Fruit peeler May. 31, 2005
6490796 Multi-use kitchen tool Dec. 10, 2002
6360442 Grapefruit knife Mar. 26, 2002
6067717 Combination utensil tool May. 30, 2000
D411080 Foldable knife-spatula Jun. 15, 1999
5815866 Multi-function tool set Oct. 6, 1998
4724615 Metered dosage spoon Feb. 16, 1988
4524513 Flat tip spoon Jun. 25, 1985
4521964 Tool for meals with the function of scissors Jun. 11, 1985
4464838 Knife for peeling of tropical fruits Aug. 14, 1984
3991466 Dual purpose spoon and oyster knife Nov. 16, 1976
3967376 Clean up/cut spoon Jul. 6, 1976
3939562 Utensils for eating strands of foods Feb. 24, 1976

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