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Late Victorian steel  Extending Toasting Fork

Late Victorian steel Extending Toasting Fork

SKU: RJ02028
£25.00Price

From the 17th century through to the middle of the 20 th century, toasting forks were a popular part of the English Kitchen, designed to hold a piece or bread or crumpet to toast by the fire. These came in several different metals from iron to brass, and would often be hung by the fire and were frequently used.
 

This is a steel extending toasting fork from the Victorian period.

 

Condition is good

 

Dimensions: 50 cm when extended, 34 cm when closed.

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SKU:

RJ02028

Period:

1860

From the 17th century through to the middle of the 20 th century, toasting forks were a popular part of the English Kitchen, designed to hold a piece or bread or crumpet to toast by the fire. These came in several different metals from iron to brass, and would often be hung by the fire and were frequently used.
 

This is a steel extending toasting fork from the Victorian period.

 

Condition is good

 

Dimensions: 50 cm when extended, 34 cm when closed.

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