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During the Victorian period there was a tool for every job- forks existed who's sole purpose was to hold lemons, retrieve pickles from the jar, scoop mustard, another for caviar, a vase for holding the celery...endless and remarkable. This one could be either a meat fork or a pickle fork; I'm more inclined to think the latter as it's tarnish is high to the top, suggesting it was often held there rather than gripped as you do with a meat serving fork.

Dates from the 1900s to the 1920s. Electroplated (a method developed in 1805!) and perfectly usable at the meal table, in art projects or just as display.

Click pics to zoom on details; tape measure in inches and not included with the listing.

antique 2 tine fork - Victorian or early Edwardian flatware

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: metal
  • Ships worldwide from Melbourne, Australia
  • Feedback: 695 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people