Meat is used for meals, usually called four-toothed and three-toothed metal pitch forks. The fork was first used in the 11th century to eat fruit in Italy. Beginning in the 1450’s, meat dishes began to be used. Forks have been used and spread in Europe since the 16th century.
It was only in the 1620s that gold, iron, and crystallized types were the rare items. At the end of the sixteenth century the King of France, Henri et al. The ones used in the seventeenth century had two gears and hinged, and were able to fold. At that time, it was used in well-known and noble European families. Until the beginning of the century, the forks were two teeth. Three-toothed forks later became fashionable.
Starting in 1880, four toothed forks began to be used.
In our case, it was usually used towards the end of the 19th century.
When the arrow enters the equestrive, it is called a fork that is used for spinning cotton, a two-edged agricultural tool used for the harvest of the most common wheatgrass, and a fork that is similar to a sharp cut.