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Greenfield, Massachusetts: Fish Made Of Cutlery

Brookie the Trout is about eight feet long, up on a pole, and made of welded-together knives, forks, and spoons donated by Greenfield, known for its cutlery factory.

270 Deerfield St., Greenfield, MA
South edge of town, on the west side of US-5/Deerfield St.
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Cutlery trout sculpture.

Brookie the Trout

Brookie the Trout was created by artist John Sendelbach out of stainless steel cutlery donated by residents of Greenfield and Franklin County. The sculpture honors the first cutlery factory in the U.S. to use the American factory system. That was in 1836, and the factory was in Greenfield.

[Rena Webber, 10/13/2020]

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