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This is a good 19th Century antique, heavy pair of solid sterling silver sauce or cream ladles.
Clearly hallmarked on the reverse of the handle for Birmingham 1825, with the maker's mark for Edward Thomason. The finials are decorated with an italicised initial, which may be 'P',
Length : 17 cm - 6.69 in
Weight : 110 g - 0.24 lb
The Silver Cabinet has clarified that the Pair of Georgian Sauce or Cream Ladles 1825 (C104 / LA32383) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1825.
The silver is in a good condition, with minor surface abrasions but no dents or tears.
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This item is located in West Midlands, United Kingdom.
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