I do love a vintage spork: it is a cross between a fork and spoon, the Victorian’s invented it for eating ice cream. I only ever seem to find a handful of these per year so maybe it is a fork and spoon combined for a child? or perhaps a runcible spoon- as described by Edward Lear in the owl and the pussy cat?
This piece has a Zig zag pattern on the forks stem and is dressed with a fun 1960s’ rhinestone star burst brooch. It is held together with a hand formed silver pin.
Jewellery designers have long looked to the night sky for inspiration. Stars and crescents have been popular motifs since the 17th century with women of the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras adding diamond starbursts and crescent jewels to their collections
This pendant is pictured suspended from an 18″ recycled sterling silver ball chain (un-hallmarked) Choose between a silver ball chain as pictured here or a silver curb chain necklace, pop a note with your choice in the special instructions at the checkout.
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