Circa 1920-1930, and made of copper and brass, this very unusual and beautifully made toasting fork has a telescopic extension for holding a long distance from a fire.
It doesn’t have black marks anywhere! The camera and the angle of the fork has caused reflection of light from around. The handle is a heavy well made in brass, the main length is a rich copper colour and at the end, at a different angle is the brass prong. Everything about it, including the angle of the top part, is very early Arts and Crafts.
In normal position the toasting fork measures 81cm; fully extended it is 121cm. The brass handle is 11cm and the toasting brass end is 23cm.
The price includes postage and packing within the UK mainland only, but we are happy to supply a quote for delivery elsewhere.