It may seem like a decoration, but this Tudor Spoon would have sat at the hands of nobility and royalty, to be used while eating the finest of meals. The spoon is supplied in a clear acetate box with a card detailing who would have used this spoon. This spoon is made from lead-free pewter, much like a great deal of the high-quality tableware would have been made during the actual Tudor period. This spoon has a narrow stem and a wide bowl, as well as an elegant twisted knob at the end. A fleur de lis mark is stamped into the top of the bowl, signifying either the owner or perhaps the maker. Aficionados of the era will find that this Tudor Spoon is an absolutely amazing collectible taken straight from the annals of history, making it a fantastic collectible to own as well as a great, not to mention novel gift to give to any others you know who share your passion for both history and this specific era.
- Made from Lead-Free Pewter
- Features a Small Fleur de Lis Stamp
- Also Features a Decorative Twisted Top
- Modeled After Dinnerware of the Tudor Era
- An Amazing Period-Accurate Collectible
- A Fantastic Gift Idea