Metal spiked thing at antique store in MD. Even they didn’t know what it was

Stumbling upon an unidentified object in an antique store is akin to discovering a hidden treasure, sparking curiosity and a detective-like quest to uncover its origins and purpose.

Such was the experience at an antique store in Maryland, where a peculiar metal spiked thing caught the attention of shoppers and staff alike. Adorned with a tag that candidly admitted, “What is this!?”, this mysterious item became the subject of speculation and intrigue.

It wasn’t until the power of collective knowledge, notably from an online community on Reddit, came into play that the item was finally identified as a roast or ham holder, intended to mount to a cutting board, which was, unfortunately, missing.

At first glance, without the context of its accompanying cutting board, the function of this metal spiked contraption was not immediately obvious. Its design, featuring sharp metal spikes arranged in a manner that suggested they were meant to hold something in place, was both intriguing and baffling.

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