An array of flatware made for use by children, all smaller in size than their full-sized adult counterparts. They
are intended for use by children who have no trouble eating on their own, but where full sized pieces may be too
unwieldy for their little hands. At the height of their popularity around 1880, one could find not just a knife, fork,
and spoon in the diminutive size, but also tea knives and forks, and dessert settings.