Bone Names

BoneWare Fork - Arm and Hand Bone Names

BoneWare Cutlery Knife Spoon Fork

BoneWare Knife - Femur Bone (Area) Names

The BoneWare Knife design closely approximates the hip connection end, but the knee end was flattened and widened to create the knife.

The BoneWare Knife does not show the knee area, so please see the simplified Femur bone picture below. It shows names of some of the knee area.

BoneWare Cutlery Knife Spoon Fork

BoneWare Spoon - Skull Bone Names

The Frontal bone, Temporal, Parietal & Occipital bones are commonly known as bone plates because they are seperated by sutures or seams. The plates were soft during infancy and grew independently of each other. It happened that way so the brain could grow inside the skull.

BoneWare doesn't show the individual plates or sutures, so approximate locations are depicted. Please see the simplified skull picture for the loctions of the plates divided by the sutures.

Note: The spoon design was taken from Shakespeare's play, Hamlet. The young Prince Hamlet was contemplating mortality while holding Yorick's skull. Yorick was the court jester who died.

BoneWare Cutlery Knife Spoon Fork