Huge 14” Sterling Fiddle & Thread Pattern Soup Ladle 10.9 Ozs Wm. Eaton - 1834 For Sale
Here is a Top Quality Fiddle and Thread Pattern Soup Ladle Made in 1834 by Noted London Silversmith, William Eaton, in almost ELEVEN OUNCES of Fully Hallmarked Sterling Silver - 14 Inches Long
The Handle is Engraved with the Gothic Initials “RW”
The Large Oval Bowl Measures 4” in Diameter
Here is a top quality large 14 inch Ladle double-struck in the handsome “Fiddle and Thread” pattern
Originally made for serving soup, this spectacular piece would be wonderful as a Punch Ladle.
This elegant Soup Ladle was made by the noted London silversmith, William Eaton in 1834 in fully hallmarked English Sterling Silver.
This outstanding Ladle has a large, oval four inch bowl (4 ins / 10 cms). The handle is engraved with the Gothic initials “RW”.
This large Ladle is in lovely condition, with only some normal light wear consistent with its age and usage
The bowl has been improperly cleaned and it would benefit from a professional polishing– see photographs.
A HANDSOME AND VERY SUBSTANTIAL FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN SOUP LADLE AND A FINE ADDITION TO ANY TABLE SETTING
SEE THE PICTURES AND DETAILS BELOW
The Soup Ladle is fourteen inches long (14 ins / 35.5 cms) and weighs almost eleven ounces (10.9 ozs / 307 grams) of hallmarked English sterling silver.
The pattern is still crisp and sharp.
The clear and deeply struck hallmarks shown above are the maker’s mark “WE” for the noted London silversmith, William Eaton, the duty mark the head of King William the Fourth, the leopard’s head town mark for London, the lion passant guarantee mark for English sterling silver and the letter “t” the date letter for 1834.
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