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Vintage Roast Holder, Nevco Japan. Rare 1950's Carving Utensil.

Yikes, this is a scary-looking critter! Ever seen one? It's a roast holder. It holds a roast (or ham or turkey or any other roast beast you happen to be serving) while you carve it. More stable (and way, way cooler) than an ordinary carving fork. Jab it in, grab the ergonomic handle and carve away.

This is by Nevco Japan; it's quite rare and desirable. Made of aluminum with nice aged patina. It could be polished up, but I think the age-darkening goes with the dangerous edginess of this cool vintage utensil.

Do you need a gift for a gourmet, foodie or Master-Chef-in-Training, and wonder WHAT ON EARTH you could find that he or she doesn't already have? This is that.

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Vintage Roast Holder, Carving Fork, Nevco, Japan, 1950s. Rare, Aluminum, Utensil. Gourmet, Holiday Dinner, Turkey, Ham, Roast Beast.


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: aluminum, patina, vintage aluminum
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 62 reviews
  • Favorited by: 27 people