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Vintage modern silver plated Mr. & Mrs. wedding forks for cake or dinner will mark your the sharing of your first meal together as husband and wife.

These forks are the "Revelation" pattern that was introduced in 1953 by Revelation.

Pattern is fun vintage modern style .That is lightweight and smooth to hold in your hand.
Sets show evidence of age and use but have retained a nice soft level of shine.

Measure approximately 7.25" tall

Stamped by hand in a block style and not perfect which is part of their charm.

Listing is for one set/pair=1 Mr. fork and 1 Mrs. fork in the hand stamped typeface shown.

These are vintage to antique pieces evidence of pitting due to previous wear or age and marks made during the hammering process are expected all which add to their whimsical and charming look. Silver plate varies in tint, thickness, patina, finish, etc. Coloring of the words will wear off with use. Depth of impression, alignment and spacing may differ with each letter. No two are exactly alike.

Custom orders are available. Mr.Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Please view my other listings for additional wedding items.

Questions or custom requests send me a convo!
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listed 6-15-11

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Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Cake Forks Revelation 1953 Vintage Modern

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: anvil, hammer, letter stamp, flatware, vintage silver plate, forks, utensils, silverware
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 1875 reviews
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