06 June 2006

Well, here goes..

3rd day at work and already I need help! Does anyone out there know what these 4 items are called in English? The first ones are gloves with half fingers and without any fingers. Then there's a serving tray with a stem, and finally a "honey spoon" (for want of a better word) - which usually is made out of wood but I couldn't find a photo of one like that.. Any suggestions?
And yes, this is me working. Ahh...

2 comments:

"D" said...

Hmm... the honey dipper is called a "honey dipper"... and the wooden platter with a "handle" is what I might call a cake server or a serving pedastal. The gloves? Without fingers at all simply look like "arm warmers" or "wrist warmers" and the half fingers? Yep, I might call them "fingerless gloves"... I even looked them up and those are the names that I came up with. Hows that?

Merujo said...

The platter can also be called a "cake stand." I just washed a honey dipper in the sink a few minutes ago, so I had to smile at the photo. I used to have fingerless gloves back in high school in the 1980s - my hands got cold writing my homework in the little bedroom in my parents' house. :-)