I made a super nice score of vintage Dansk flatware at the Morse Rd. Goodwill last week. This is some pricey stuff, scored for cheap; sadly only one complete place setting and a number of other pieces.
So, this is the Fjord pattern designed by Jens Quistgaard In 1953, It features stainless steel on "the business end" and teak handles that are slightly ovoid so they fit your hand better. These were someones daily users and I had to give the dried out handles a nice coating of teak oil to bring them back to life.
You might not know that the Fjord pattern flatware is the reason Dansk exists. Jens Quistgaard hand forged the first set and they were on display in the Danish arts and crafts museum where they were seen by a visiting American business man and his wife, Ted and Martha Nierenberg loved the set and sought out Jens with a proposal for production and thus the Dansk company was formed. The first production of Dansk was made in Germany, then they moved to Denmark, followed by Japan and now China. The European made Dansk products are more desirable (woo-hoo, mine is made in Germany!)
I found four dinner forks and one salad fork
Dinner, with four tines
salad, with three tines (I have trouble finding salad forks in ANY pattern)
Three tea spoons and two soup spoons