Dating a spoon bowl?

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Pete E
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Another find from this morning with the Nox..

It appears to be pewter and in the hand the bowl seems to have a hand made feel to it...

Any ideas of age would be most appreciated....
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Great spoon guide from Andy :thumbsup: post med pewter spoon. Most likely 18th century. I have quite a few like yours and the rest of the finds back up the Georgian, early Victorian date.
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Thanks Andy...

Cath, I suspected it might have been from that time period, but did not want to risk it being a bit older....
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I'd say 18th century too, mine seem to be.
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