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Acorn spoon. Acorn spoon

Copied from a pewter original in York City Museum. This widespread style begins about 1400 and continues to be popular into the mid-seventeenth century. Length 15cm.
6.75
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Chalice Spoon. Chalice Spoon

Circa 1275. Based on a silver original.
7.50
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Maidenhead Spoon. Maidenhead Spoon

Dating from as early as 1375, this spoon has as its finial a depiction of the Virgin Mary, with an ornate headdress that helps to date the spoon. Length 15cm.
6.75
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Pirate Spoon. Pirate Spoon

Late Seventeenth, early Eighteenth century.
8.50
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Seal Top Spoon. Seal Top Spoon

1560-1650
7.50
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Slip Top Soon. Slip Top Soon

Copied from an original in Gloucester Museum. This style can be found as early as 1500, continuing to the 1650's. Length 16cm.
7.75
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Whistle Top Spoon. Whistle Top Spoon

Dutch, mid fifteenth century.
12.50
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Wodewose Spoon. Wodewose Spoon

Copied from a silver original dated 1478. The wodewose featured in medieval folklore as the "wild man of the woods". He had no conscience, ate till he was full and possessed an unbridled sexual appetite. Length 16.5cm.
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