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Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon
Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon
Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon
Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon
Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon
Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon
Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon

Stainless Steel Sugar Skull Spoon

Regular price £4.50 SALE

This skull teaspoon helps curb your sugar consumption (sugar falls through the gaps) and is a stirring reminder that too much sugar can be bad for you. The perfect gift for anyone who takes three sugars in their tea but this spoon full of sugar isn't so sweet. An essential design by SUCK UK.

Approx Dimensions: 3.3cm (W) x 15.1cm (H) x 1.8cm (D)

It is believed that the English word "skull" comes from the Old Norse word "skulle". Cranium is a Latin word which comes from the Greek root κρανίον (kranion). There are 22 bones in the human skull (teeth are not part of this), and they are divided into the cranium (8 bones) and face (14 bones). You think of the skull as a solid structure, but it contains lots of small holes called foramina, these allow the passage of nerves and blood vessels throughout the face.

Many people are fascinated with skull imagery and symbolism. Throughout the years, skulls have been used as warnings (i.e poison/toxicity), art (e.g Vanitas or 'Memento Mori'/'Remember You Must Die' allegories), literature (e.g Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'), cultural celebrations (e.g the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead) and War (Nazi SS insignia). Today, skulls continue to be used heavily in tattoo culture, fashion and in cutesy cartoons.

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