I have a set of 7 spoons and forks (3 spoons, 4 forks). Atop each spoon has a figure of a musician with a strange musical instrument. Each spoon or fork about 8.5" long.
Also I have two Hanau apostle spoons of similar design (two left spoons on the picture).
As can be seen, my reflection is different on apostle spoons from Hanau (two left spoons) and on the musician spoon from the set. It happened, I believe, because, if the bowl was hammered, it produced the subtle variation of thickness. So the reflection wold be more vague. In general, the bowls of the spoons could be hammered from the bar, before rolling mill was invented and became to use, i.e. before 1730 - 1750. Based on that info particular, I believe, my set of musicians was not made in Hanau. But probably, Hanau makers had similar set of the old spoons in their collection.
Each spoon or fork in the set of 7 musician, has three marks.
1) I believe, 15 Loth.
2) Two other marks, which I can not identify
Here are the detail images of the musicians
Would be very appreciate for the help with the identification of hallmarks on the musician spoons and forks . Thank you.