when one could eat with a little bit of class on an airplane.
Each airline seem to have its own preferred style
notice how the British Airways knives got smaller and narrower?
These made excellent camping CUTLERY.
Sadly, while gathering these for the photo (this is but a sampling), I could not find my Wardair set of which I was particularly proud. It was the one time I flew Wardair about a year before they were absorbed into CPAir. I was moved into a First Class seat so a baby could have the bulkhead seat I was assigned. No one was in First Class, so I sat in the back row and slept peacefully all the way to London. It would have been too obvious to steal that cutlery, so I had to wait until the return journey.
This was actually quite a challenge to get the silverware showing nicely without too many distracting reflections or shadows.
This week's challenge was for anything beginning with the letter C - visit SundayStills for other views.