Medieval London

Browse Items (3 total)

  • Collection: Spoon

Last item.119v.jpg
This illuminated manuscript from Paris (c. 1495-1505) shows, on the bottom lower left, a man kneeling and holding a spoon in his right hand to stir the ingredients in the pot.

This manuscript illumination is of Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, who is extending his right hand above a vessel that is held by a younger man. On the right, another man is pictured feeding a long, dark-colored spoon full of water to Baldhemus, who…

diamond pewter spoon.jpg
This English spoon is dated around the fifteenth century. It is 6.4 inches in length and is made of pewter. This spoon has an unidentified marker’s mark on the interior of the fig-shaped bowl, displaying letters inscribed on either side of a crowned…
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2

# Google Analytics Portion 06-02-2016