TERRAPIN FORK

The spork of its day, terrapin forks were used to both spear and scoop. Watch to learn more about this perfect utensil for when your food is anything but fast.

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SEAFOOD COCKTAIL

Ready to reel in some tasty tidbits of tableware knowledge? Join us as we dive deep into the history of the seafood cocktail glass, a creative repurposing of a piece (theoretically) rendered obsolete by Prohibition.
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TOBY JUG

Many colorful characters were depicted in Toby Jug form throughout the 19th century. Watch this video to see the history behind these highly collectible pieces that are brimful of personality.
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CONDENSED MILK SERVER

See our condensed history of the condensed milk holder, a unique piece from the days when everything on the table was beautified.
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FOOD PUSHER

If you saw a food pusher on the table, would you know how it’s meant to be used? Check out this video to learn more about this essential tableware tool for tykes and toddlers.
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BONE DISH

Make no bones about it, those clever Victorians could find an elegant way to solve almost any dining conundrum. Check out this video to learn more about this tasteful solution for your tasty meal’s remains.
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TOASTING FORK

Possibly the greatest invention since before sliced bread, there was a time when the toasting fork was considered indispensable. Check out this video to learn more about this toast-producing miracle utensil.
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