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Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladles (Set of 3) - Aberdeen - Cheeseman and Robertson family crest
Reference: S1405
Period: George IV
Year: 1821-1826
Silversmith: James Pirie
Place: Aberdeen
Price: $ 800.00
Weight: 76 grams
Dimensions: 15.2 cm
Condition: Excellent. No dents at all, bowls in lovely condition. Slight kink to one stem.

Description: A rare set of 3 Scottish provincial toddy ladles (Fiddle pattern) made by James Pirie of Aberdeen. All 3 ladles have an interesting crest, a dexter hand holding a kings crown, which is well engraved. This is the crest of the Cheeseman family, it is also used by the Robertson family. The hallmarks JP, ABD, JP are very clear on all 3 ladles. The makers mark JP is quite rare, in fact it is not depicted in Jackson's, although it is recorded in Turner's Scottish provincial silversmiths.
Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladles (Set of 3) - Aberdeen - Cheeseman and Robertson family crest
Aberdeen toddy ladles

Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladles (Set of 3) - Aberdeen - Cheeseman and Robertson family crest
Back of ladles

Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladles (Set of 3) - Aberdeen - Cheeseman and Robertson family crest
Cheeseman family crests

Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladles (Set of 3) - Aberdeen - Cheeseman and Robertson family crest
Hallmarks

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