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Roman Spoon
Quantity:  7.00

This style of ornately decorated Roman Spoon would have been used at cult feasts around the 3rd and 4th centuries. The spoon has a panther and a tree decorating the bowl and a pointed handle, used for extracting meat from bones, or crustaceans from shells.

Our highly detailed reproduction Roman Spoon measures 10cm and is made from hand polished lead-free pewter. It is packaged in a box with clear lid and comes supplied with historical information.

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