An unusual George III Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle made in London in 1770 by Stephen Adams I.
An unusual George III Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle made in London in 1770 by Stephen Adams I.
An unusual George III Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle made in London in 1770 by Stephen Adams I.
An unusual George III Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle made in London in 1770 by Stephen Adams I.
An unusual George III Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle made in London in 1770 by Stephen Adams I.

An unusual George III "Onslow" Pattern Soup Ladle made in London in 1770 by Stephen Adams I.

1770 London

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£650 gbp
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The Soup Ladle is modelled in an unusual small size, ideal for a small soup tureen or for serving fruit salad. This example has a pretty shell bowl and curved stem, with rare "Onslow" pattern end. This piece is very well marked and is in excellent condition. The Onslow scroll was first designed by Arthur Onslow (1691-1768), the Great Speaker of Parliament.

Length: 10.5 inches, 26.25cm.
Diameter of bowl: 3 inches, 7.5cm.
Weight: 4oz.
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