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Cutlery Experts?

Posted by sjarz (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 19, 11 at 14:36


What would this kind of fork have been used for? It's not very big - 5 inches long and 1.5 inches across the tines.
Suzan J

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RE: Cutlery Experts?

I'm no expert, but it looks like a sardine fork to me. Any markings on it to help date it? Possibly in use in the latter 1800's to early 1900's.

RE: Cutlery Experts?

Yep....sardine fork....looks Russian....what are the marks?
Linda c

Here is a link that might be useful: sardine fork

RE: Cutlery Experts?

Sardines, wow I had no idea, I was thinking sugar cubes maybe...thanks to you both.
This one is from Sheffield, England.
Suzan J

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