Medieval eating pick - square

Art.Nr.: 16 Be-Dorn 2
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Hand-forged eating pick
Hand-forged eating pick
Medieval eating pick - detail
Medieval eating pick - detail
Hand forged medieval pick
Hand forged medieval pick
Medieval food pick replica
Medieval food pick replica
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Medieval eating pick of iron with a polished tip.

This hand-forged eating pick, also called pricker or skewer, is artfully crafted with a polished tip and an elegantly forged end.

Like its historical medieval predecessors, the eating pick has a torsion, which makes it particularly easy to grip, and is forged into an elegant eyelet at the end, so that a leather strap can be threaded through the eating pick it if required.

The dimensions of the medieval eating pick are 16 x 1.5 cm.

The eating pick was widespread during the Middle Ages, as the fork was considered diabolical due to its tines and was used at best as a roasting fork or to fish pieces of meat out of the cauldron.



Apart from a spoon, only the hands, a knife or the eating pick were used for eating. The pick was also used to break open the bones to get at the marrow and at the same time as a toothpick.

A long pick can be found in the Middle Ages on both civilian and military clothing, as well as a component of hunting tools. Knife scabbards and even sword scabbards often had an extra sheath for this spike. It was therefore not only used for eating, but also for all kinds of everyday tasks.

This medieval eating pick is a historical prop that is produced in small numbers and therefore does not have food law certification. We are therefore obliged to give the following notice: Prop - not certified for contact with food.
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Medieval eating pick of iron with a polished tip.

This hand-forged eating pick, also called pricker or skewer, is artfully crafted with a polished tip and an elegantly forged end.

Like its historical medieval predecessors, the eating pick has a torsion, which makes it particularly easy to grip, and is forged into an elegant eyelet at the end, so that a leather strap can be threaded through the eating pick it if required.

The dimensions of the medieval eating pick are 16 x 1.5 cm.

The eating pick was widespread during the Middle Ages, as the fork was considered diabolical due to its tines and was used at best as a roasting fork or to fish pieces of meat out of the cauldron.



Apart from a spoon, only the hands, a knife or the eating pick were used for eating. The pick was also used to break open the bones to get at the marrow and at the same time as a toothpick.

A long pick can be found in the Middle Ages on both civilian and military clothing, as well as a component of hunting tools. Knife scabbards and even sword scabbards often had an extra sheath for this spike. It was therefore not only used for eating, but also for all kinds of everyday tasks.

This medieval eating pick is a historical prop that is produced in small numbers and therefore does not have food law certification. We are therefore obliged to give the following notice: Prop - not certified for contact with food.
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