Silver spoon (cochlear), one of a matching set of ten (1994,0408.91-100). It has a large pear-shaped bowl, a closed C-scroll handle offset and a short rat-tail beneath the bowl. The handle is grooved or fluted along its entire length. In the bowl is a small monogram cross, deeply incised in double lines, apart from the open curve of the rho, which is indicated by a single line.

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Thing

Made Of
silver
Type of Thing
spoon
Exhibition History
Exhibited: 1994-1995 Oct-Jan, Ipswich Museum, The Hoxne Treasure
Techniques
incised, engraved

People

Place

Found In
Hoxne

Time

Acquired In
1994
Period/Culture
Romano-British

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