Scottish Antique Sterling silver soup ladle(sold).

Hallmarked in Edinburgh for 1836 by James Mckay.

Sterling Silver.



A Scottish Antique William IV Sterling silver soup ladle which has been designed in the Fiddle pattern style with a long curved handle, which is comfortable to hold, and a large bowl perfectly made for serving soup. This silver soup ladle would make a useful addition to a fiddle pattern cutlery set and would be practical to use on the table. It weighs 7.8 troy ounces (243 grams).

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 7 cms (2.75″).

Length : 32.7 cms (12.75″).

Width of bowl : 10.2 cms (4″).

Weight : 7.8 troy ounces (243 grams).

Excellent condition.


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