Flintlock Knife & Fork Gun Set

#801768
$69.00
$135.00
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Expertly hand forged and finished, this unique brass and steel set is made so every detail is fully functional, from the decorative notched stainless steel blade and the long tapered tines, to the moving parts of each pistol. These unusual (non-firing) utensils are highly decorated with antiqued brass handles, richly adorned with scrolled etched designs. This rare cutlery combo comes complete with a gorgeous faux tortoise shell presentation box, lined in both brown velvet and white satin. Copied from an original set in a private collection. Boy those pirates knew how to eat! Truly, one of the most unique pieces for your pirate collection, treasure chest or any collection of historical arms.
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From dinner table of Captain Jack or the evil Barbarossa comes this unique dining set. The fully functional knife and fork have a built-in secret; the handles also serve as unique miniature flintlock pistols.

Expertly hand forged and finished, this unique brass and steel set is made so every detail is fully functional, from the decorative notched stainless steel blade and the long tapered tines, to the moving parts of each pistol. These unusual (non-firing) utensils are highly decorated with antiqued brass handles, richly adorned with scrolled etched designs. This rare cutlery combo comes complete with a gorgeous faux tortoise shell presentation box, lined in both brown velvet and white satin. Copied from an original set in a private collection. Boy those pirates knew how to eat! Truly, one of the most unique pieces for your pirate collection, treasure chest or any collection of historical arms.
  • Presentation box: Overall: 11” x 4-1/2” x 2”
  • Knife: Overall: 9-1/4”, Blade : 5”
  • Fork: Overall: 8-3/4", Tines 4”

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