Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert [The Best Affordable Online Ethnic Shop] - Unusual Trendy
Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert [The Best Affordable Online Ethnic Shop] - Unusual Trendy
Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert [The Best Affordable Online Ethnic Shop] - Unusual Trendy
Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert [The Best Affordable Online Ethnic Shop] - Unusual Trendy
Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert [The Best Affordable Online Ethnic Shop] - Unusual Trendy
Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert [The Best Affordable Online Ethnic Shop] - Unusual Trendy

Western Tableware Wood Fork Dessert

€ 15.00 EUR

HISTORY Bone forks have been found in archaeological sites of the Bronze Age Qijia culture (2400–1900 BC), the Shang dynasty (c. 1600–c. 1050 BC), as well as later Chinese dynasties....

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SKU: 20081350-black Category: WesternTags: AccessoriesForkKnifeWood

HISTORY

Bone forks have been found in archaeological sites of the Bronze Age Qijia culture (2400–1900 BC), the Shang dynasty (c. 1600–c. 1050 BC), as well as later Chinese dynasties. A stone carving from an Eastern Han tomb (in Ta-kua-liang, Suide County, Shaanxi) depicts three hanging two-pronged forks in a dining scene. Similar forks have also been depicted on top of a stove in a scene at another Eastern Han tomb (in Suide County, Shaanxi).

In Ancient Egypt, large forks were used as cooking utensils.

In the Roman Empire, bronze and silver forks were used, many surviving examples of which are displayed in museums around Europe. Use varied according to local customs, social class, and the type of food, but in earlier periods forks were mostly used as cooking and serving utensils.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Material : Wood
  • Culture : Western

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