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  • “Tipsy Tavener” Fork, late 18th–mid-19th century

    Four tine fork with faceted shank. Handle formed as a fully modelled, carved ivory bearded man leaning to his right, clutching a drinking cup close to his side with his…

  • “Jetta” pattern Fork, designed 1965, produced 1965–74

    Integral three-tine head and handle. Central section of cylindrical handle with milled turnings. Slightly flaring terminal with flat-end.

  • “Jetta” pattern Fork, designed 1965, produced 1965–74

    Integral three-tine head and handle. Central section of cylindrical handle with milled turnings. Slightly flaring terminal with flat-end.

  • Artisan Fork, 1974

    Integral handle and tines. Curving head with four tapering tines. Waisted neck and flat cushion form rectangular handle.

  • Artisan Fork, 1974

    Integral handle and tines. Curving head with four tapering tines. Waisted neck and flat cushion form rectangular handle.

  • Summit Fork, designed 1977–78

    Three-tined with straight-sided flat handle with squared terminal.

  • Metro Fork, designed 1977–78

    Formed as one piece of stainless steel. Blade with rounded tip, Three-tined with straight-sided handle slightly domed, elongated oval central section and rounded terminal.

  • Summit Fork, designed 1977–78

    Three-tined with straight-sided flat handle with squared terminal.

  • Dakota Fork, 1980

    Three-tined with tapering, tubular, square handle.

  • Trylon Fork, 1980

    Four-tined with tapering, tubular, triangular handle.

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