Scissors for amputation of the uvula,
from Edward M. Foote’s A text-book of minor surgery, 1909.
Cleverly designed. Angled handles to keep the hands out of the field of view, and a bend to pull the uvula forward prior to excision. I suppose the tip might even grab the resected piece the way some floral scissors will grab a severed rose.
Found at the Sutured Infection tumblr.