GEORGE III SILVER SOUP LADLE
Thomas Evans, London, 1776
A particularly elegant ladle, the long slender shaft in the Feather-Edge pattern above
a stop-fluted shell-form bowl with faceted heel within a stepped mount,
the terminal engraved with the crest of an eagle’s head erased ppr. (Fairbairn’s 83 : 1)
(Andlaw, Armory, Banks, Baxter, Bruce, Challenge, Dallender, Davie, Delawar, Divie, Divvie, Dobel, Dykes, Elfe, Elingham, Elphe, Essex, Golofer, Golston, Gorrey, Gorrie, Graham, Greenwell, Haffender, Hammond, Keene, Kynn, Locke, M’Leod, Murray, Ouehton, Peple, Rawlinson, Redhead, Richards, Roberts, Rollaston, Rolleston, Rosher, Ross, St. Clair, Sideserf, Sidserf, Smithers, Sydserf, Syme, Vaulx, Vaus, Wall, Westhorpe, Whishawe, Weston, Westropp, Wright)
Condition : Excellent, minor bend to the bowl verso at apex; the feather edge is very good condition
14” Long / 5.8 oz.
Also See :
Thomas & William Chawner, London, 1767
With fluted bowl and unusual Onslow terminal
12" Long / 5.7 oz.
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George III Silver Feather-Edge Soup Ladle, Shell-Form Bowl, Thomas Evans, London, 1776