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Feasting Utensils w/ Pouch

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Price: $50.00 

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Finally, feasting utensils for the re-enactor on the go! Our knife, fork and spoon set fit neatly in a tie-fold, open belt leather pouch for a great combo. Easy to take along to the faire, a picnic, camp out  or wherever you want to be able to eat out!  The handle for each hand-forged piece has the traditional blacksmith's twist and the knife is capable of holding an edge. Each piece is approximately 8" long overall. This set is slightly heavier than our other feasting utensil set (800166).  Leather pouch not sold separately. Please clean before use; these have been heated treated and oil quenched.  To minimize rusting, keep oiled. Buy 4 or more and save!  Get each set for $40 each!





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    1. Patrick on 1/28/2014, said:

    I love my set. Just season it with olive oil.
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    2. Anonymous User on 12/22/2009, said:

    I got a set of these on clearance of course non refundable with a gift certificate. Even before use when they first arrived the black finished was flaking off, but I wasn't able to easily get the rest of the coating off making them particularly useless for using for actually eating with, the pouch was very cheaply made as well and though of a great design. I am glad that I didnt' pay full price for these, as it seems other have had problems with them flaking. Seems to be that the quality of the finish is hit and miss judging by other comments
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    3. Anonymous User on 12/5/2009, said:

    I happened to catch this item on an After-Thanksgiving sale for almost 40% off, and couldn't believe my luck since my husband has been eyeing these utensils for months now. Great Christmas present. I checked them out when they arrived and they are beautiful, and the pouch extremely convenient for a day at an SCA event. The pouch can be worn on a belt and you're good to go! Well made! Very excited to use them for the first time. You have to keep them oiled when not in use to prevent rusting, but well worth the extra work for such an authentic looking piece.
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    4. Anonymous User on 7/30/2009, said:

    These are still advertised as being able to be used for feast, however they are painted with lead paint that flakes off, and even after putting them in a campfire to burn the finish off, the metal has a horrible taste and they are simply unuseable. I'm very disappointed. Definitely not worth spending money on, unless you're just looking for something to put on a shelf.
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    5. Anonymous User on 5/31/2009, said:

    Authentic look and feel, these utensils do not disappoint in the realism department. I would not wear the pouch on a belt as it's quality is not up to par with any other well made belt-pouch. I'm unsure what kind of finish is on these, but it comes off easily (and necessarily if you want to sharpen the knife). Once off, the taste of the metal will permeate your food. Great looks, good feel, but I won't actually be utilizing them for eating anymore.
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