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.
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.

1799 Edinburgh

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£425 gbp
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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.

Length: 5.9 inches, 14.75cm
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