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Kitchen1310 of 7232Thermoware--Mid Century  Tumblers==Kept Drinks Hot or ColdBraun AG Blender  Model MX 32 CDN.
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Lamplover78
    (232 items)

    I was given these with a bunch of silverware. Most are silver plated. This one fork at first i thought someone bent it to look like this. But it actually looks like it was meant to be like this. Anyone know what this was used for? And the second serving fork has a stand? Would love to know about this one as well! Thanks so much!

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    1. bobby725 bobby725, 3 years ago
      the fork in the last two pics is part of a set, a matching knife would slide in the top opening of you last pic. They were for meat carving. I have a similar set.
    2. Lamplover78 Lamplover78, 3 years ago
      Aww thank you. I thought maybe just a stand. But that makes sense. It has a patd but can't read any more.

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