Starting in the 17th century, meals became more sophisticated and the fork was not really used in Europe until the Enlightenment, when it gradually changed from two tines to four.
During the Renaissance, nobles had their coat of arms engraved on the back of their fork handles so that the coat of arms would be visible to all guests.
These two antique 2-pronged forks have a solid silver handle with a hallmark on the front and a monogram on the back.
They are in very good condition.
Carefully packaged with tracking number.
- Aantal items
- Geschatte periode
- Land van herkomst
- In goede staat - gebruikt met geringe sporen van ouderdom.
- 10×12×210 mm
- 67 g