This fish knife made by William Page and co. was made in Birmingham at a time when industry was thriving. This enabled the new middle class the time and money to use dining to impress and display their wealth. The idea of separate courses had arrived in the 1850’s leading to a demand for an assortment of utensils to distinguish the different courses and food types.
In collection(s): Museum of home
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