Spoon with round very clear transparent bowl and hollow handle with curved in four heads, three of which are free standing, the fourth forming the top of the handle. The three former have no mouths, the lowest and third have narrow points which may be beaks of the hawk. The second has a round flat nose. All have small ears, and eyes set with dark blue-green mother-of-pearl. The one at the top has a long face and may by the killer-whale.

Spoon, 19th century

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Title
Spoon
Role
Artist
Accession Number
28.104
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Spoon with round very clear transparent bowl and hollow handle with curved in four heads, three of which are free standing, the fourth forming the top of the handle. The three former have no mouths, the lowest and third have narrow points which may be beaks of the hawk. The second has a round flat nose. All have small ears, and eyes set with dark blue-green mother-of-pearl. The one at the top has a long face and may by the killer-whale.