A complete spoon of the Roman period.
It has an oval-shaped bowl, which appears to be worn on one edge. The bowl is attached to an arched neck, which is flat in section and tapering to a point. There is an opposing arched neck positioned so as to form a raised step with the bowl. The stem/handle has a square-section at the neck becoming circular-section along its length, and terminating in a rounded end. The spoon has decoration consisting of a single incised groove on either side at the juncture of the two arches and alternating punched gooves at the neck-end of the stem. The stem has suffered damage and has been bent out of alignment. Traces of silvering or tinning survive.