Largely complete but distorted.
Shallow, ‘fig-shaped’ bowl; raised spiral/rope-effect decoration to upper part of stem. Pelleted spherical knop. Stem is sub-circular in section with casting ridges to the sides which extends across the knop.
Pewter spoons are known from as early as c. 1300, and remained in common use into the 16th and 17th centuries. The fig-shaped bowl and absence of a maker’s mark suggests a late medieval date for the spoon; marking being required by statute from 1503.
The spoon is seen here before conservation.