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These 2 matching 4-tine forks are from the 1800's, possibly Civil War era. 4-tine forks began to be used in the early 1800's, but became more popular after the war. They are fitted with wooden handles, pewter or lead inlay and brass pins. There is a nice patina overall.

Forks are 7-1/4" in length with the long, thin, sharp tines measuring 2-1/4" in length. The wood on one fork has separated some from the tang, but is still very tight. These antique forks would fit nicely in a period display or in a Civil War re-inactment camp. Do not use these for eating as they do contain lead.

19th Century Wood Handle Forks with Pewter Inlay, Brass Pins, Full Tang


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: wood, pewter, silver
  • Only ships within United States.
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