The pewter spoons are made of lead free pewter and can be used for eating. The orignals are made from silver, brass, pewter or wood. It was not uncommon to copy them to other materials. In the book "The medieval Houshold daily living c1150-1450" by Geoff Egan more information can be found about dimensions, tops etc.

  • Silver Köln folding spoon
    Silver Köln folding spoon

    Material: sterling silver

    Based on the one in the Stadmuseum Köln

    € 175,00
  • Folding spoon
    Folding spoon

    Period: 14th-15th century

    Material: pewter

    Size unfolded:12 cm

    Based on an English silver example

    € 45,00
  • Brass spoon
    Brass spoon

    Period 14th/15th century

    Material: brass

    Size: 11 cm

    Based on a spoon in the musée national du Moyen Âge in Cluny as shown in the second picture

    € 25,00
  • Whistle top
    Whistle top

    Period:15th century

    Material: pewter

    Size: 16 cm

    Based on an wooden Dutch find

    € 20,00
  • Jewel top
    Jewel top

    Period: 15th century

    Material: pewter

    Size: 16 cm

    € 20,00
  • Maindenhead 1
    Maindenhead 1

    Period: 15th/16th century

    Material: pewter

    size: 15cm

    € 15,00
  • Maidenhead 2
    Maidenhead 2

    Period: 15th/16th century

    Material: pewter

    Size: 15cm

  • Chalice

    Period: 13th/14th Century

    Material: pewter

    Size: 15cm

    € 15,00

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