Wooden tableware Note
Objects made of wood have been in daily use as tableware in many countries for centuries. The German legislator, however, requires a certification according to the Food and Commodities Act (LFBG) for their use. Unfortunately, this is very expensive and would have a negative effect on the favourable selling price of our goods. So we offer this product quasi only as a prop or replica, which at least by definition is not certified for food.
Put Antiquity in your Mouth!
You like cooking? You like eating? You like history? - Then this is the spoon for you! Romans cutlery bears some very distinctive differences compared to contemporary cutlery concerning shapes and overall form. That not only make pieces like the one at hand more interesting but also are able to give your dull old cutlery collection a bit uniqueness and add some spice to it!Thus, it does not matter if you like to recreate Roman recipes and eat them in style or if you just want to get new spoons that are highly unique - this spoon is just the one for you. It is made from lemon wood. A rarely used material in the making of cutlery, but still very well suited for the job. Furthermore it bears the features of a real Roman spoon. Timeless design for your home.
But not only does it serve as a practical addition to your own dinnerware, but it also makes for a great present. Anyone who loves uniqueness or enjoys historically accurate eating experiences will be glad to own one of those spoons!
Small Spoon Details
- Made from lemon wood
- Length: 15 - 17 cm
- Ready to use
Note: Wooden utensils have been used as crockery in many countries for centuries every day. However, the German legislator demands for their use a food law certification according to the Food and Consumer Goods Act (LFBG), which unfortunately is very expensive and would have a negative effect on the favorable selling price of our goods. So we offer this product almost only as a prop or replica, which is at least by definition not certified for food.
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