This early 19th.century roasting tool is most unusual. It was used in more than one way, but mostly to roast small game birds I am told. It is also a very efficient toasting fork for bread. The handle is brass ending in an oak grip. (Grip has a crack, but with a brass ferrule it does not hemper use). It is long, 25" plus the 3.25" prongs.The prongs swing down to hold whatever is being roasted or toasted. The oak grip has an old hook to allow for hanging. Sort of an ingenious gadget of the time.A great piece of kitchenalia. Shipping and insurance is included in the price.
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