Biscuit cutters are tall, round cutters pressed into thick dough to make biscuits (North American style). The cutters were traditionally made of tin but can be made of any material now.
A cookie cutter is a tool used to cut “rolled cookies” in decorative shapes out of a rolled-out cookie dough. They can be made of metal or plastic.
Grape shears (aka grape scissors) are special scissors used to separate small bunches of grapes at the table, so that you don’t have to tug the grapes apart.
Kitchen shears are specially-designed, sturdy scissors for the kitchen. Some are specially made for poultry and fish, with one of their blades being a serrated one to help cut through flesh such as chicken joints or fish fillets.
A mushroom cutter is a device used for slicing a mushroom into uniform slices all at once. Most will have tines or blades that the mushroom is forced through in order to achieve the cutting.
A pastry jigger (aka pastry crimper, aka jagging wheel) is designed to put a decorative edge on pastries. The edge is usually “jiggedy”, but can also be used to create square or circular marks.
A pastry wheel is a device to cut out rolled pastry. It consists of a cutting wheel attached to a handle. The wheel will have a straight, sharp edge. Some are small for fine work, some are large enough to slice cooked pizza.
A pizza-wheel cutter is a rotating wheel blade with a handle meant for use in cutting up a pizza into slices for serving. The larger the wheel, the more quickly it cuts.
A rolling mincer is a hand-held device designed to quickly mince small flavouring items such as herbs and garlic.