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Our Welsh love spoon necklace is the perfect gift of affection. The Welsh custom of giving love spoons as a token of affection began in Wales in the 16th Century. Love spoons were given to the one you loved as a gift during courting. In the old days in Wales, young men would carve an intricate spoon in wood to give to his girl during courtship. The expression "to spoon" comes from this welsh love spoon custom. Each carved symbol had a meaning such as hearts for love. Today love spoons are…

Our Welsh love spoon necklace is the perfect gift of affection. The Welsh custom of giving love spoons as a token of affection began in Wales in the 16th Century. Love spoons were given to the one you loved as a gift during courting. In the old days in Wales, young men would carve an intricate spoon in wood to give to his girl during courtship. The expression "to spoon" comes from this welsh love spoon custom. Each carved symbol had a meaning such as hearts for love. Today love spoons are…

Three Welsh Ladies at Tea. (ca. 1905 - 1920) Eine Foto - Postkarte, veröffentlicht von Pictorial Stationery Co. Ltd

Three Welsh Ladies at Tea. (ca. 1905 - Eine Foto - Postkarte, veröffentlicht von Pictorial Stationery Co. Ltd

Picture: G.O. Delamotte of Mrs Gwyn, Swansea, c.1820. A woman carrying her baby 'Welsh fashion'.

Picture: G.O. Delamotte of Mrs Gwyn, Swansea, c.1820. A woman carrying her baby 'Welsh fashion'.

“A Cook’s Year in a Welsh Farmhouse” by Elisabeth Luard | The Foodie Bugle

“A Cook’s Year in a Welsh Farmhouse” by Elisabeth Luard | The Foodie Bugle

Welsh alphabet (haven't been able to track down a year for this, but it's clearly made in echo of hornbook-style)

Welsh alphabet (haven't been able to track down a year for this, but it's clearly made in echo of hornbook-style)

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