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A nickel-plated on brass reproduction of the famous, some would say infamous, 'Toulouse Lautrec' absinthe spoon, purportedly designed and used by the artist himself.
This is a replica of the famous Swiss Cross absinthe spoon. The spoon is in the shape of a traditional Swiss Guards spear-head and the 22 bell-shaped holes represent the original 22 cantons (political districts) of Switzerland.
Nickel plated on brass; 17cm long 22gA detailed replica of the most famous and sought after of all absinthe spoons amongst collectors. This spoon has a cut-out shape of an absinthe leaf with a ribbon intertwined around it, which is engraved with the advertisement of an absinthe producer. The three-bumped ridge at the end of the handle was used to help crush pieces of sugar.
LDF ExclusiveWe are pleased to offer a wonderfully detailed nickel-plated on brass replica of one of the most sought-after absinthe spoons, the 'Joanne' spoon, originally produced for the Parisian distillery Edmond Joanne.
This stainless steel absinthe spoon is a replica of the elegant Art Nouveau 'Ouvrages' style, which was popular during the late 19th century and continues to be popular today. It is shorter than our other absinthe spoons and is more suited to smaller glasses.
FREE UK SHIPPING ON THIS ITEMSilver-plated on brass. This heavy high quality absinthe spoon is a replica of the rare Cuilleres #8, or 'Playing Cards' spoon (named after the dripping holes in the shape of the four card suites). Ideal for the on-line Poker player or to add some spice to the Bridge club afternoon.
A nice heavy stainless steel version of the famous Etoiles No 1 spoon.
A replica of the 'Semis de etoiles et trefles' (half stars and half trefoils) absinthe spoon in stainless steel. The pattern comprises eight stars and sixteen trefoils.
FREE UK SHIPPING ON THIS ITEMThe most classic 'Cuillere' or 'Spoon' design, this absinthe spoon fits any size glass and is easy to use.
Chrome-plated on brass. This beautifully detailed absinthe spoon is a replica of the 'Tour d'Eiffel' style created to commemorate the inauguration of this famous Parisian landmark in 1889. The original is also highly sought after by collectors, and quite rare today.
This absinthe spoon is a replica of the 'Etoiles' (stars) style which was popular in the late 19th century. It has a pattern of eight stars cut into it.
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