Skip to main content

Antique American Silver Soup Ladle

  • Connecticut, circa 1910 by International Silver Company
  • Dimensions: 11 inches in length

Antique Silver Soup Ladles were not in use until the mid-18th century. By this time, the Silver Soup Tureen had become quite popular and a companion was needed to be used with this article. A long silver serving utensil was needed which would have a big enough bowl to efficiently fill a soup bowl was the obvious complement to the Silver Soup Tureen. Therefore, soup ladles became quite popular.

An elaborate and boldly embossed Antique American Silver Soup Ladle in the ‘Frontenac’ pattern. This pattern was introduced in 1903. Beautiful flowers in the design help give this a very Art Nouveau look. The ladle features stunning detail work of flowers, vines and swirls resonating throughout the curved handle and flows into the bowl. Crisp detail work is featured on the front and the back of the handle.

Even though this pattern was discontinued in 1974, the ‘Frontenac’ pattern is still very desirable and we are quite pleased to have acquired this piece.

Our Newsletter

Once or twice a month we send an informative email to our subscribers about all things antiques. We love to answer questions and dive into the history of antique silver, porcelain, and glass. Read our email archive here.

View Past Emails Join Our Mailing List

Latest Newsletter #57

A collection of Father's Day Antiques

We hope that everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day Holiday and are starting to enjoy the beginning of Summer. As we go from the month of May into June, we realize that Father's Day is fast approaching. We have selected a variety of exciting gifts that we think any Man would love to receive! Therefore, we are going to begin this week's Announcement with the theme of alcohol - always a good way to begin.

Keep Reading