From the collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England this Roman multi tool or compound utensil was excavated from somewhere in the Mediterranean a couple of decades ago. Measuring 3in x 6in the artifact was probably made between AD 200 and AD 300 during the height of the Roman Empire. constructed of sliver and iron the roman “Swiss army knife” features a spoon, fork, knife, spatula, toothpick, and spike.
The photo above is (apprently) a replica, the orginal is pictured below.
If you are willing to part with 60 Euros (about $83.00) you can get a reproduction of the artifact in brass (pictured below) here.