This three-pronged toasting fork was made by H. J. T. Pamplin, a blacksmith of Writtle, Essex, circa 1945–6. The central prong is longer than the outer prongs and set back from them. The shaft widens at the top to form a handle. The fork is part of a large collection of traditional craft products acquired from the British Council in 1960.
|Creator||Pamplin, H. J. T. (Search Europeana for this person)|
|Collection||Museum of English Rural Life, Univesity of Reading|
|Subject Terms||CRAFTS : metal-working, DOMESTIC AND FAMILY LIFE : cooking|
|Provider||Europeana Food and Drink|