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A Rare Pair of George Ii Hanoverian Pattern Sauce Ladles Made in London in 1751 by George Morris
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A Rare Pair of George Ii Hanoverian Pattern Sauce Ladles Made in London in 1751 by George Morris A Rare Pair of George Ii Hanoverian Pattern Sauce Ladles Made in London in 1751 by George Morris A Rare Pair of George Ii Hanoverian Pattern Sauce Ladles Made in London in 1751 by George Morris A Rare Pair of George Ii Hanoverian Pattern Sauce Ladles Made in London in 1751 by George Morris

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A Rare Pair of George Ii Hanoverian Pattern Sauce Ladles Made in London in 1751 by George Morris

Added on 06 April 2021
£875.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1751
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: George Morris
STOCK CODE: 374254

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Item Description

These rare ladles are modelled in the Hanoverian pattern, with large round bowls. The top of each stem is engraved with an unusual contemporary Crest and display a very good set of hallmarks at the bottom of the stem. Hanoverian pattern sauce ladles are very scarce and seldom come up for sale. They are both in excellent condition, are of a good gauge and have a fine colour.

Length: 6.5 inches, 16.25cm
Diameter of the bowl: 2 inches, 5cm



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

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