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Antique George III English Sterling Silver Soup Ladle

  • London, 1802 by Richard Crossley
  • Dimensions: 12 5/8 inches length

The Fiddle pattern was the dominant flatware pattern in Great Britain in the 19th century. However, it came from a French pattern which had a thread edge design near the border. In Great Britain, this pattern became known as Fiddle & Thread and it quickly became quite popular. The pattern worked quite well with both elaborate and elegant tableware as well as those that are very simple in design.

A striking Antique George III English Silver Soup Ladle in the Fiddle & Thread pattern. It has a wonderful combination of quality, weight, and timeless design. Our Antique George III English Silver Soup Ladle is engraved with a crest on the terminal, the marks are quite clear on the underneath, and it is in pristine condition.

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