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Cignus, Roman Spoon with Oval Bowl and Swan Head Handle, Brass

Cignus, Roman Spoon with Oval Bowl and Swan Head Handle, Brass

Ancient Roman spoons are commonly classified in two main types: While the cochlearium (pl. cochlearia) had a smaller bowl (also called head) and a straight handle tapering into a sharp point, the larger, heavier ligula (pl. ligulae) featured a rather generously sized, often oval bowl and a handle with rounded end or finial. The cignus (Pl. cigni) was a particular type of ligula. This spoon had also a large, oval-shaped bowl, but was equipped,...
£15.00

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CU001 17Th C Cutlery

CU001 17Th C Cutlery

17th C Reproduction Cutlery, copied from original found in Goteberg. Bone Handles. Aprox 15-16 cm.
£27.00

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CU100 Pewter Spoon

CU100 Pewter Spoon

Pewter well spoon. The design for this traditional utensil dates back to the 1600s. It is handcrafted from pewter using an antique bronze mould by skilled craftsmen.
£9.50

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CU4530a Cutlery Set Horn

CU4530a Cutlery Set Horn

Cutlery Set from stainless steel, approx. 19 cm Details: - Material: stainless steel 420 - Length of the knife: approx. 19 cm - Length of the round eating pick (eating awl/pricker): approx. 19 cm - Handle material Horn
£36.00

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