Tuesday, 13 January 2009


The bottom photo shows a recent haul of mixed spoons etc from the tip - all gleaned from one old battered tin. I love interesting spoons! Nothing precious here, mainly EPNS, but they don't have to be. The top one is a tiny, tiny salt spoon I've put into my new glass salt cellar on the kitchen table. The second one is a spoon for a tea caddy - it bears the legend "tea revives you" - how very, very true LOL. It's in my caddy now.The two other objects in the last photo are juicers - you screw them into a lemon to get the juice out apparently; I need to have a go with them to see how they perform, could be interesting. I'm not sure what the other object is, sitting up between the juicers; it has a mesh filter over one end, so obviously strains something, but I'm not sure what.
Nice finds, I thought.


Leanne said...

very nice. I have a few tiny spoons, i'll show you next time you are here sarah, tiny salt or mustard spoons.

Love the teaspoon, and its wise words!

Leanne x

Eco Gites of Lenault said...

The spoons are lovely. I'm glad they have found a new home.

Rosie x

brightandnew said...

What a find! I love the tea caddy spoon (2nd picture), I haven't seen one of those for years.

H said...

Be still my beating heart LOL! I *love* cutlery and have a lot of it, including some tiny spoons that live in my (small) collection of mustard pots. I always make English mustard from powder, because my Dad did. Always exciting to find things like these :-)

H said...

Oops, sorry Sarah, meant to say that last comment was from me, Hannah (Aine)