Cast from my original 18th century molds in safe, lead-free pewter, these spoons are identical to those used over 200 years ago. Available "as cast" finish with flashing trimmed and ready for you to polish or use as-is; or polished and ready to set the most elegant table. High Polished - , Satin Polished , As Cast - .
Pictured from left to right: Tea Spoon, Fiddleback Spoon, 17th Century Spoon, Queen Anne Spoon, Serving Spoon, Hannover Spoon, Double Drop Spoon, Tea Spoon 2, Salt Spoon. * Denotes spoons cast in original molds pattern - a longer bowl and narrow handle on this late 18th century spoon, with scallop design on bottom of the bowl. - Approximately the same size as our other table spoons.
Mold is in excellent condition with extremely good fit between the mold halves and .Comes with original spoon that was found in the mold.Although this spoon has some casting flaws, I would expect this mold to produce good castings.Overall, one of the nicest molds I have offered for sale.0 ORIGINAL SPOON MOLD #3 Heavy bronze mold for casting pewter spoons in the Hannover pattern.This mold shows much hand finishing and a well-polished interior.Of interesting note is the addition of the engraved initials I MK, which show as a raised pattern in the finished spoon (though easily filed off should you desire to cast your own spoons without). Very good condition and comes with a spoon casting found in the mold.Mold measures 8 1/2 inches long and makes a spoon that is approx. 0 ORIGINAL SPOON MOLD #4 Bronze mold for casting pewter spoons in the Queen Anne pattern. Alignment pin is missing, but otherwise in great shape.Mold measures 8 1/2 inches long and makes a spoon that is approx. 0 ORIGINAL SPOON MOLD # 5 Bronze mold for casting pewter spoons in the Queen Anne pattern. Alignment pin is missing and mold appears to have been cleaned recently.Mold measures 8 3/4 inches long and makes a spoon that is approx. 0 The following pewter items are all antique originals, dating from either the 18th century, or early 19th. Many times the style of pewter from this period changed little over the decades, as often the same molds were employed for many years.We attempt to describe these pieces as accurately as possible and when possible, give our opinion as to region of manufacture and date.