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8 antique, worn, tarnished dinner forks by a variety of makers. Despite the different makers, the patterns are very similar, with the only difference being the connection of the shank to the handle - some are curved more, some less. The tips of the handles also show some differences, with a few being more curved at the end. Worn with lots of tarnish, plate loss and scratches from years and years of use. They look handsome together as decor, props, or for craft use.

Looking for ideas to use these shabby old things in your crafts? How about a mobile or wind chimes? Or stamp or paint words on the handles and stick them, tines down in the garden as garden markers? Make them into jewelry, or as drawer pulls for your kitchen cabinets! Endless possibilities!

All are tarnished and show wear, and may have plate loss on the backs and the tines and at the tip of the handle. One fork has a noticeably bent tine, but the others are straight and table worthy. Makers included: 1847 Rogers Bros, Pairpoint, R. Wallace, RC and CO.

About 7.5 inches long.

Because of the vintage, well worn nature of silverplate, all silverplate is sold as is.

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Lynelle Miliate-Ha
Rene Ramos

Silverware, Shabby Old Forks, Cottage Chic, Set of 8


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: silverplate, metal, forks
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1175 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people