Viking Roasting Fork

Art.Nr.: 16 BraGa Wik
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Hand forged Viking roasting fork
Hand forged Viking roasting fork
Roasting fork of the Vikings
Roasting fork of the Vikings
Viking age roasting fork
Viking age roasting fork
Original roasting fork
Original roasting fork
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Roasting fork based on a model from the Viking Age.

This artfully forged roasting fork / meat fork made of iron is modelled on a Viking period fork and is completely forged by hand.

The roasting fork made of iron is provided with a spout into which a strong branch / wooden stick is simply pushed - the handle is ready! Without a fixed handle, the roasting fork can be stored in a space-saving way. Simply practical for camp life.

Forged meat forks were already in use in the time of the Celts and Romans and were later also used by the Teutons and Vikings to fish their pieces of meat out of the cauldron or off the grill.

Roasting fork dimensions: 20 x 4 cm.

The spout has an inner diameter of 2.5 cm and is provided with a hole for attaching a handle.

Forks were very common among the Vikings, as the iron finds from Haithabu and Birka show. Several two- and three-pronged meat forks were found here, so-called roasting forks and boiling meat forks.

Both types were between about 6 and 16 cm long. The roasting fork with the straight tines was used to turn the pieces of meat on the grill.

To remove pieces of meat from the bubbling cauldron, the boiling meat tongs with the curved tines were more suitable.
There were forks with a spout as well as forks with a handle. Both had a wooden handle.



Legislation in Germany requires food certification according to the Foodstuffs and Consumer Goods Act for use with food. However, such a certification is very expensive and would have a negative impact on the favourable sales price. So we offer this forged roasting fork virtually only as a prop, which by definition is not certified for food.
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Roasting fork based on a model from the Viking Age.

This artfully forged roasting fork / meat fork made of iron is modelled on a Viking period fork and is completely forged by hand.

The roasting fork made of iron is provided with a spout into which a strong branch / wooden stick is simply pushed - the handle is ready! Without a fixed handle, the roasting fork can be stored in a space-saving way. Simply practical for camp life.

Forged meat forks were already in use in the time of the Celts and Romans and were later also used by the Teutons and Vikings to fish their pieces of meat out of the cauldron or off the grill.

Roasting fork dimensions: 20 x 4 cm.

The spout has an inner diameter of 2.5 cm and is provided with a hole for attaching a handle.

Forks were very common among the Vikings, as the iron finds from Haithabu and Birka show. Several two- and three-pronged meat forks were found here, so-called roasting forks and boiling meat forks.

Both types were between about 6 and 16 cm long. The roasting fork with the straight tines was used to turn the pieces of meat on the grill.

To remove pieces of meat from the bubbling cauldron, the boiling meat tongs with the curved tines were more suitable.
There were forks with a spout as well as forks with a handle. Both had a wooden handle.



Legislation in Germany requires food certification according to the Foodstuffs and Consumer Goods Act for use with food. However, such a certification is very expensive and would have a negative impact on the favourable sales price. So we offer this forged roasting fork virtually only as a prop, which by definition is not certified for food.
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