4 February, 2010 at 5:59 am (ancient devices, art) (, , , , , , , , , )

Isn’t this gorgeous? The fork threw me at first, but someone in the comments to the article had an explanation which further reading supported (there are a couple beautiful Roman forks here). Whatever its age, it is very cool tool.

I realize I haven’t posted any of my work recently, I do mean to do that soon!


  1. kat said,


  2. blue-eyed crow said,

    I love the Swiss Army knife I was given when I was little (and have travelled with ever since), but this one is definitely more stylish.

  3. Carol@Swallowcliffs said,

    The tool is so interesting! Is it a find or a gift? You have an interesting blog. Thanks for visiting mine!

  4. blue-eyed crow said,

    I wish it were mine, it was dug up in the Mediterranean region about 20 years ago and is now in the Fitzwilliam Museum, in Cambridge.
    I enjoyed visiting your blog, enjoy your art retreat!

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