Steel fork with three tines

Top view of a fork showing the riveted handle. Side view of a fork showing the riveted handle. Underside view of a fork showing the riveted handle. Side view of a fork showing the tines. Side view of a fork showing the handle. Side view of a fork showing the handle. Side view of a fork showing the handle. Side view of a fork showing the tines.
Top view of a fork showing the riveted handle. Side view of a fork showing the riveted handle. Underside view of a fork showing the riveted handle. Side view of a fork showing the tines. Side view of a fork showing the handle. Side view of a fork showing the handle. Side view of a fork showing the handle. Side view of a fork showing the tines.
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Object number
WCHL : 411
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Description

A steel fork with three tines and horn scales, bearing a criss-cross pattern, riveted to each side to form the handle. Date unknown. This natural plastic item forms part of the Worshipful Company of Horners collection.
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Dimensions
Width
15mm
Length
180mm
Material Note
plastic (natural)
animal
horn
metal tines
steel
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