Early spoons often have hexagonal handles and a finial. The sliphead table spoon is another early spoon which includes no finial and the deal with is cut away with an angle. The most prolific group terminal/finial is the sealtop and hence the sealtop spoon. This ends in a circular brake rotor at the top of the handle and often had the initials in the owner and could therefor be applied as a seal. Earlier spoons had a small seal which tended to get much larger in later productions. After this period the spoon base transitioned from being narrow to the widening Puritan type handle of the 18th hundred years and resembles the table spoon handle of today. These adjustments occurred very gradually as well as the bowl also became lower and more functional.
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