Pair of Brass Eternity Forks

c. 1920
$68 USD
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W: 0.75" D: 0.25" H: 7.5"
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Though chopsticks are the way of life in China, this pair of brass two-pronged forks with interlocking eternity rings were used during the early 20th century in Shanghai. In the century since, they developed a unique patina that speaks to their age and use. The combination of symbolism, tarnish patterning and form transform them from simple forks to sculptural relics of a bygone Shanghai.

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