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Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)

An exceptional, fine and impressive set of six antique George III provincial Scottish sterling silver Fiddle pattern toddy ladles; an addition to our Georgian silver flatware collection

SKU: A9075
Price: £1,295.00
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Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)
Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles - Antique George III (1815)

Description


These exceptional George III Scottish sterling silver toddy ladles have been crafted in the Fiddle pattern with a shell shaped bowl.


The anterior surface of each handle is embellished with simplified engraved floral and scrolling leaf ornamentation.


The decoration to each terminal incorporates a scroll bordered cartouche with a contemporary bright cut engraved crest depicting a demi-lion rampant.


The reverse of these impressive examples of antique silverware feature a rounded heel to the embossed shell shaped bowl.


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Date: 1815
Origin: Scotland

Condition


These antique silver toddy ladles are an excellent gauge of silver for their type, exceptional quality and are in exceptional presentation condition.

Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of each handle are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these examples of Georgian silverware.


Dimensions


Length 17.1cm/6.7"

Width of handle 1.6cm/0.6"

Diameter of bowl 4cm/1.6"


Total Weight


4.9 troy ounces/153g


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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