fork with four broad prongs and carved handle. It represents on top a head of a hawk with its beak turned down over a human mouth and ears on top to indicate it is an animal, and below another bird with very small beak resembling an owl. On the back are carved the tails of the birds, and below the lower head are its feet.

Fork, 19th century

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Gift of Mr. Harry E. Woodexpand_more  28.110

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Title
Fork
Role
Artist
Accession Number
28.110
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fork with four broad prongs and carved handle. It represents on top a head of a hawk with its beak turned down over a human mouth and ears on top to indicate it is an animal, and below another bird with very small beak resembling an owl. On the back are carved the tails of the birds, and below the lower head are its feet.