DescriptionWhen did the forks take place the first time?When we eat, we usually use a long, four-spoke, three-spoke metal pitch fork. 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. Previously, gold, iron, and crystal-made types were considered to be rare items.It was only in the 1620s that Fork had access to food tables in England. At the end of the 16th century, King Henry III of France was very criticized for not using customs because he used forks while eating meat. The ones used in the seventeenth century had two gears and hinged, which could be folded. At that time, it was used in well-known and noble European families. Until the beginning of the century, the forks were two teeth. Then three-forked forks became fashionable.Starting in 1880, four-threaded forks began to be used. British seafarers did not hand tools until 1900 for "they did not get manly".In our case, it started to be used towards the end of the 19th century.