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S/5161 Antique Treen 19th Century Beech Handled Bird Fork

A well formed steel bird fork for cooking on a down hearth or bar grate fire, having three shaped prongs and a tapered steel shaft attached to a plain beech handle with a suspension hole and brass sleeve. The whole has a good colour and retains a patination.

Ex Deeley Collection and illustrated in A History of Cooking Through the Ages by Robert Deeley and Philip Drury on page 28.

2 in. (7 cm.) Wide
26 in. (67.5 cm.) High
English Circa 1820