Toasting forks

Fireplace toasting forks Fire toasting forks for sale

Cooking in the fireplace is cooking with attention. You can employ various methods to cook, roast, and grill in the hearth, just as was done traditionally. Using antique cookware, such as a toasting fork, enriches this experience. Toasting forks are used to check if food is cooked or to turn it on the grill. Explore our collection of toasting forks here. Also read: Antique kitchenware for cooking in the hearth

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17 Items

17th c Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$334.95
17th c Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$244.14
Antique Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$155.37
Antique Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$244.14
Antique Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$173.12
Antique Toasting Fork made of 15,149
$66.58
Toasting Fork made of 15,149
$75.46
Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$75.46
Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$84.34
Antique Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$66.58
Antique Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$155.37
Antique Toasting Fork made of Iron
$66.99
Toasting Fork made of 15,16
$39.95
Toasting Fork made of 15,16
$39.95
Toasting Fork made of Iron
$66.58
Toasting Fork made of Brass
$39.95
Toasting Fork made of Wrought iron
$173.12

17 Items

Cooking with an antique toasting fork

Our antique toasting forks are fully functional for use in the hearth. The fork can be used to probe the dish to see if it’s ready, or to turn food on a grill.

Origin of the toasting forks

Our selection of individual toasting forks is limited because we mostly sell them in sets on a rack. Most of the single forks we offer originate from England, whereas the sets primarily come from France and the Netherlands. They are typically crafted from wrought iron and date back to the 19th century.

Pay attention to the craftsmanship

All our antique toasting forks are hand-forged, showcasing exceptional craftsmanship. Their durability and timeless design make them a sustainable choice for any collector or enthusiast.

Pay attention to the size of the toasting fork

Toasting forks come in various lengths. Longer forks are better suited for large hearths, where the distance to the food is greater. This size consideration is also important decoratively. Larger dishes might require a fork with longer prongs. You can select toasting forks based on their length, width, and depth.

Pay attention to the decorative function of the toasting fork

An antique toasting fork is not just a functional tool but also a decorative object. It can enhance any hearth or kitchen, even if not used for cooking. While most are made of wrought iron, their designs vary. Choosing a toasting fork that complements other hearth cookware or accessories can add to the aesthetic appeal of your space. It’s also quite decorative to display hearth cookware on an antique rack. On the next page, you can see how a ‘mix and match’ approach to hearth cookware on a rack can look: Antique kitchenware for cooking in the hearth