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Medieval Eating Spoon

#802341
$4.00

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Overview


discontinued by vendor
Turned from solid hardwood, this Medieval Eating Spoon replicates a typical early medieval eating utensil. Hand Wash.
  • Length: 7"

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This is a period looking and feeling piece! It's crudely carved out of a chunk of wood and roughly finished. A nice solid, hardworking peasants eating utensil at a great price!
From: Kurt, May 02, 2011

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