Difference between revisions of "Two pronged fork"

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These do turn up regularly in [[op-shops]], sometimes even in sets of 6!, and are quite cheap.
 
These do turn up regularly in [[op-shops]], sometimes even in sets of 6!, and are quite cheap.
  
Most people consider any fork with more than two tines to be [[out of period]], but examples with more tines do exist.
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Most people consider any fork with more than two tines to be [[out of period]], but period examples of forks with more tines do exist.

Revision as of 18:32, 28 September 2003

Well, it's a fork that has only 2 prongs - like a fork for carving a roast, but smaller if possible.

These do turn up regularly in op-shops, sometimes even in sets of 6!, and are quite cheap.

Most people consider any fork with more than two tines to be out of period, but period examples of forks with more tines do exist.