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ROMAN SPOON, about 2nd century. Made of bronze Length is 13 cm

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Πολυτέλεια: Πρόκληση ή έμφυτη ανθρώπινη ανάγκη; ~ TROPOS Blog

Πολυτέλεια: Πρόκληση ή έμφυτη ανθρώπινη ανάγκη; ~ TROPOS Blog

Roman rock-crystal and silver spoon  Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian  1st half of 1st century A.D.

The Romans treasured vessels made of rock crystal, and quite a number of small scent bottles belonging to the Early Imperial period are known. There is, however, no parallel for the use of rock crystal for a utensil such as this spoon

Spoon with a Panther  Date:     3rd–4th century Culture:     Roman Medium:     Copper alloy, silvered, niello

Spoon with a Panther Date: century Culture: Roman Medium: Copper alloy, silvered, niello

ROMAN GOLD MEDICINE SPOON    Round bowl with finely embossed openwork handle. Slender, partially twisted handle with a small globular terminal. Rare in gold.    1st-2nd Century AD

ROMAN GOLD MEDICINE SPOON Round bowl with finely embossed openwork handle. Slender, partially twisted handle with a small globular terminal. Century AD (I have one close to this in silver from India for libations.

Cucharas de plata. Tesoro de Hagenbach. S. III d.C. Museo Histórico del Palatinado, Espira (Alemania). La cuchara central lleva una inscripción en el mango en la que identifica a un tal Laurenti(us) como su propietario; también lleva una magnífica incrustación en oro que representa una escena de gladiadores en combate.

Cucharas de plata. Tesoro de Hagenbach. S. III d.C. Museo Histórico del Palatinado, Espira (Alemania). La cuchara central lleva una inscripción en el mango en la que identifica a un tal Laurenti(us) como su propietario; también lleva una magnífica incrustación en oro que representa una escena de gladiadores en combate.

A Roman silver spoon.  Circa 4th Century A.D.

A Roman silver spoon Century A. large ovoid bowl short looped handle terminating in a swan head the long bill resting on the side of the bowl the details of the feathers and eye incised, the beak slightly open

This eating utensil was originally a combination spoon and knife. The small iron knife that folded into the handle of the spoon is now missing, but one can still see the hinge and the slot along the handle for the blade.  Roman, 3rd century, silver

Silver spoon Period:Imperial century A. Culture:Roman Medium:Silver Dimensions:Other: 4 in. cm) Classification:Gold and Silver

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