Spoon, similar to 28.102 except for upper head on handle carving. The wide toothless mouth may indicate the frog, or the turned down corners and high rounded forehead may indicate the shark, probably not the latter. Perhaps no special animal is meant.

Spoon, 19th century

expand_more

Woodexpand_more

Gift of Mr. Harry E. Woodexpand_more  28.103

Not on Viewexpand_more
Details
Title
Spoon
Role
Artist
Accession Number
28.103
Curator Approved

This record has been reviewed by our curatorial staff but may be incomplete. These records are frequently revised and enhanced. If you notice a mistake or have additional information about this object, please email collectionsdata@artsmia.org.

Does something look wrong with this image? Let us know

Show Detail

Zoom in on the left to the detail you'd like to save. Click 'Save detail' and wait until the image updates. Right click the image to 'save image as' or copy link, or click the image to open in a new tab.

Spoon, similar to 28.102 except for upper head on handle carving. The wide toothless mouth may indicate the frog, or the turned down corners and high rounded forehead may indicate the shark, probably not the latter. Perhaps no special animal is meant.