|an undocumented absinthe spoon made in the USA circa 1910||Les Trous #13|
|Spoon made in the US by Reed & Barton, with "Cafe Lafayette NY" engraved on the handle||the so-called "Boulenger" spoon|
| Les Trous #16
||Les Trous #2|
|an unusually heavy silverplate Les Trous|
|Les Feuilles #20||Les Feuilles #6|
|a very beautiful and scarce Les Feuilles #20|
|Les Publicitaires #22||Les Grillagee #6|
|a fine publicity spoon for Absinthe Pernot|
| Les Grillagees
& Les Grilles
A beautiful Les Grillagee #6 and some unusual Les Grilles (these are also known as Les Rondes).
| Les Grilles
||Les Grilles #18|
|also known as la Rondes|
| Les Grilles
||Unrecorded Les Grilles|
|also known as la Rondes||possibly originating from French North Africa.|
|Ornate Unrecorded Les Grilles "N"||Les Grilles|
| Les Cuilleres
Generally a scarce category of spoons, with a seperate sugar cradle in the middle of the handle. Some of the larger "East" glasses can only be used with this type of spoon.
|Les Cuilleres #6||Unrecorded variant of Les Cuilleres #5|
|Ornately moulded Les Cuilleres #6, made from
|Les Cuilleres #4|
The famous absinthe spoons commemorating the opening of the Eiffel Tower in 1889.
|Les Tours Eiffel #3a||Les Tours Eiffel #7|
|in an unusually thin "metal blanc".
|Les Tours Eiffel #6||Les Tours Eiffel #1|
|Les Tours Eiffel #4|
Perhaps the most beautiful category of all absinthe spoons, with the intertwined leaves of the wormwood plant incorporated in the design of the spoon.
|Les Feuilles d'Absinthe #4||Les Feuilles d'Absinthe #3|
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