Standard Cutlery

8 reviews

Throughout the 18th century, three tined forks became very popular. The use of the fork became more common as the knives that were imported had blunt ends, like these here. 

Our steel cutlery with wooden handles fit nearly any 18th century impression.

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    JC
    10/14/2021
    Janet C.
    United States United States

    unfortunately I had to return everything they were civilian items, and I needed military items for my son who does re enactments and encampments with his SAR Artilery unit. But loved the catalog and will be buying more...couteous helpful

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    08/03/2021
    Alistair
    United States United States

    Most excellent quality

    Bought the set and the quality is quite good. I like the rustic quality to it with its construction. The knife is sharp enough to cut through ham without much struggle. Most excellent overall.

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    07/02/2021
    Anonymous
    United States United States

    Colonial Cutlery

    I purchased the knife and fork to go with my husband's Colonial kit for his SAR Chapter. It is perfect!