Difference between revisions of "Two pronged fork"

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

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