Stiklių g. 8, Vilnius 12:00-24:00



Most people had knives and spoons, but a fork was very rare, and still considered an oddity until the 1700s. Usually only the wealthy had plates and cups of their own. Lower classes shared plates in pairs. People also had trenchers – thick unleavened bread, which was essentially a bread plate.

Sometimes the left over trencher was given to the poor, sometimes the dogs, and sometimes ate by the diner himself. Over time, the trenchers began to be replaced by a square piece of wood with a circular depression in the middle – ancestors of modern plates…


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Stiklių str. 8, Vilnius
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