Plate from Kolchins "Wooden artefacts from medieval Novgorod"
Viking age wooden spoon. Birka, Sweden.
The city of Liege. Spoons, 15th c. Musée d'art religieux et d'art mosan. Casting, brass, length 13 cm
Medieval spoon in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia. The decoration and shape of the bowl of this spoon suggests that this spoon dates to the earliest occupation at Novgorod during the 10th century AD.
Replica spoon, 9th century Novgorod
Spoons at Chillon castle, Switzerland. Said to be medieval. PeraPeris tried a reconstruction http://www.peraperis.com/Lager-Bedarf/Holzwaren/Holzloeffel-Mittelalter-Repliken/Mittelalterlicher-Loeffel-Chillon.html Svartfågel historiskt hantverk did a better job https://www.facebook.com/svartfagelhist
8895: is hazel. 8896: Maple and the traces of the handle suggest it to be flat. 8898: is oak with traces of a triangular cross section handle. 8899: yew and has traces of a rectangular handle. 9234: could be either cherry or blackthorn. notes about the handle say that it had a D cross section but a piece split off giving it a hollow look (which is isn't original). The Archaeology of York Craft Industry And Everyday Life, Wood Working in Anglo-Scandnaivien and Medieval York" by Carole…
MEdieval spoons. Spurensuche im Boden-Küchenarchäologie
Wooden spoon, medieval. From Kalmar, Sweden. It looks exactly like the one I made, the one I accidently stepped on and broke....