Bone Viking Age needlecase from Öland. Note the attached bronze chain with its own ring for fastening to a brooch or other holding device. In the Historiska Museet, Sweden.
What were Vikings commonly eating
Meat fork--used for roasting a larger piece of meat. 32 cm overall (head only) with 11 cm long prongs Sekse, Hordaland, Norway / Vikings North Atlantic Saga : Fitzhugh & Ward page 159 / figure Some had iron handles some wooden
Replica spoons from Coppergate, York Excavation circa century
Hurstwic: Food, Diet, and Nutrition in the Viking Age
- Viking hearth for preparing viking food.
Föremål 269792. SHM 5208:1342. Birkas' Black earth. Bone/antler. 87.3 mm.
The viking frying pan - how to use it?
Viking era needle of bone/antler from Björkö, Sweden. The Swedish History Museum, Stockholm