|Buck & Hickman, Ltd. 1958 catalogue|
The clipt point putty knife, for glazing windows, has one curved side and the other has an angled straight edge. It is made the same way as the filling knife, with less of a taper grind.
It is likely that many cutlery makers in Sheffield and elsewhere made filling and putty knives, including R. Mather & Son and Clarkson & Co. Footprint Tools still makes traditional wood-handled filling knives and putty knives in Sheffield.
|Filling knives, Clarkson & Co. (second from right)|
|Filling knife, clipt point putty knife by Harris|
|Filling knife by H. & S.L., Sheffield|