The earliest surviving spoons of note are the Apostle spoons, which generally date from the 15th century. Each bears a small, full-figure bust on the end of its stem. These silver spoons were produced in sets of 13—one for each of the 12 Apostles, plus a larger “master” spoon for Christ.
In the 1680s, trefid spoons emerged, which had shallower bowls and a trefoil end. A few decades later, these spoons evolved into the “dog-nose” shape. In the years to come, a var
From the to , commemorative spoons also enjoyed a burst of popularity. These spoons paid tribute to cities, scenery, events, people, and more. In the West, for example, some spoons depicted the robbery of a stagecoach. Some businesses also gave out spoons as a form of advertising. Naturally, serving silver commemorative spoons are generally more valuable than those which are only silver-plated.
The president of internationally recognized tuning shop Spoon Sports, Tatsuru Ichishima, decided to make his own Type R. If Honda wasn't going to do it for the Japanese, Spoon would do it itself. Who else could be up to the task but these renowned Honda specialists?
Spoon Honda Civic Type R back box for 2.0i EP3 model built 2001-2006. Stainless steel performance exhaust rear silencer with 75mm stainless steel tailpipe.
The Spoon Street Type Back box is producrd for street enthusiasts looking to improve performance without the noise of a Spoon N1 style back box. The Spoon street type back box improves exhaust gas flow with a deeper, yet near standard noise level. Despite being a full size back box, the Spoon Street Type backbox is also a useful 7lbs lighter than the standard item, providing an added measure of weight reduction. For further information on related products please visit our performance exhausts product guide.
Delivery 2-4 days and costs £12.95 UK mainland