Elizabeth I Seal Top Spoon


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Before the late 1550s, seal top spoons are a relative rarity. After that, though, they became very popular until about 1670. This Elizabeth I Seal Top Spoon is modeled after one that might have been used by the Queen of England, Elizabeth I herself. Between 1560 and 1670, it became something of a custom to carry personal eating utensils while traveling, as well as personal writing materials. A seal spoon is a combination of the two concepts, merging an eating utensil with a functional writing tool. The spoon features a wide bowl and a narrow stem that ends in a decorative press-seal. This seal is used for sealing letters with hot wax, where the wax is poured over a letter to create a seal, and the end of the spoon is pressed into the wax to create a personal seal. This spoons end features the seal of Queen Elizabeth I, and takes the shape of a full Tudor rose. The spoon is made with a brass bowl and a pewter top. This Elizabeth I Seal Top Spoon supplied in a box with a clear lid, as well as an insert featuring interesting and explanative historical information.

Key Features:

  • Made from Lead-Free Pewter
  • Spoon Bowl is Made from Brass Metal
  • Features a Decorative Full Tudor Rose Seal Stamp at the End
  • Modeled After Dinnerware of the Tudor Era
  • An Amazing Period-Accurate Collectible
  • A Fantastic Gift Idea


  • Length: 4.1 Inches
  • Width: 1.2 Inches


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