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Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique William IV English sterling silver Queen's pattern soup ladle; an addition to our silver cutlery collection

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Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)
Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Soup Ladle by Jonathan Hayne - Antique William IV (1833)

Description


This exceptional antique William IV sterling silver soup ladle has been crafted in the Queen's pattern.


The anterior and posterior surfaces of the handle is embellished with the classic Queen’s pattern ornamentation, includes a convex shell design to either side of the terminal, in addition to the honeysuckle and rosette design*.


This exceptional example of antique flatware has a plain rounded bowl with an impressive shell design to the reverse surface.


This solid silver soup ladle is the finest example of its type you could hope to find.


* This pattern is most commonly acknowledged/referred to as Queen's pattern, however in the Chawner & Co. Pattern Book bears the name 'Rosette'.


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Date: 1833

Condition


This antique sterling silver soup ladle is a superior gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional presentation condition.

The Queen's pattern decoration is very sharp.

Full hallmarks struck to the reverse are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this example of antique silverware.


Dimensions


Length 33.5cm/13.2"

Length of handle 23.5cm/9.3"

Diameter of bowl 9cm/3.5"

Height 6.5cm/2.6"


Weight


11.1 troy ounces/344g


 
 
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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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