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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.
A nice heavy stainless steel version of the famous Etoiles No 1 spoon.
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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