I have this spoon! Or rather, I have a repro of it the Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society people gave me many moons ago after an amazing two days spent with their researchers in their facility when they were in the middle of restoring the artifacts from the Henrietta Marie. The woman who was my primary handler was really sweet. Every once in a while when I'd burst into tears and drop my notebook, she'd pick it up, guide my blinded self to a chair, get me some water and explain how that sort of thing happened *all the time*, including among staffers when they first started working on this project. I was supposed to dive down to the site that week but wouldn't you know I came down with an ear infection? So I had to go back during the next year's vacation to do the dive, though due to scheduling I didn't do that dive with the society folks.
I keep the spoon on the shelf above my writing desk. As soon as I can figure out how to mount my shield/assegai/knobkerrie on the wall, I'm going to put the spoon in a shadowbox with a little bit of the sand from the HM site, and bolt it on the wall next to the Zulu set.