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Pewter Round Bowl Spoon
2"ø x .5" deep x 6.75" long
Pewter spoons made by a man in New Hampshire who obsessively collects antique molds. The small Queen Anne, made from a mold 300 years old, is a perfect spoon for children. I asked Jon if he had any forks or knives to complement the spoons, or anything larger. He reminded me that pewter is a soft material; therefore, historically it was never used for forks, knives, or serving spoons. He certainly is a purist and does not deviate! Although we do deviate and use the round bowl as a serving spoon at home. But you know, we use all the Kiosk objects at home. Seriously, we do.