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A Fine Pair of George Iii Toddy Ladles Made in Edinburgh Circa 1799 by William & Patrick Cunningham.
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A Fine Pair of George Iii Toddy Ladles Made in Edinburgh Circa 1799 by William & Patrick Cunningham. A Fine Pair of George Iii Toddy Ladles Made in Edinburgh Circa 1799 by William & Patrick Cunningham. A Fine Pair of George Iii Toddy Ladles Made in Edinburgh Circa 1799 by William & Patrick Cunningham.

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bleeding bowl , bon-bon dish , brandy saucepan , butter dish , dish , entree dish , fruit basket , pap boat , punch bowl , rose bowl , toddy ladle

A Fine Pair of George Iii Toddy Ladles Made in Edinburgh Circa 1799 by William & Patrick Cunningham.

£425.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1799
ORIGIN: Edinburgh, Scotland
MAKER: William & Patrick Cunningham
STOCK CODE: 333538

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Item Description

The Ladles are modelled in the Old English pattern with a slight Celtic point to the end of the stems. Both have deep circular bowls and the top of the stems are engraved with a contemporary Crest below the Coronet of a Baron. The Ladles are in excellent condition and are very well marked on the reverse of the stems.



OFFERED BY: Mary Cooke Antiques
12 Old Power Station, 121 Mortlake High Street, London, SW14 8SN, United Kingdom View map

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