Early spoons often have hexagonal handles and a finial. The sliphead table spoon is another early spoon which has no finial and the take care of is cut away by using an angle. The most prolific cast terminal/finial is the sealtop and hence the sealtop spoon. This ends in a circular rotor at the top of the handle and quite often had the initials for the owner and could therefor be taken as a seal. Earlier spoons had a small seal and this tended to get greater in later productions. After this period the spoon stem transitioned from being small to the widening Puritan type handle of the 18th hundred years and resembles the spoon handle of today. These changes occurred very gradually and the bowl also became further and more functional.
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