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Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle - David Manson, Dundee
Reference: S1550
Period: George III
Year: 1809-1818
Silversmith: David Manson
Place: Dundee
Price: $ 190.00
Weight: 24 grams
Dimensions: 16.0 cm
Condition: Excellent, very tiny dent to bowl.

Description: A Scottish provincial toddy ladle in the Old English pattern, with circular bowl and a long, elegant, curving handle. The ladle is engraved with script initials AP, which are contemporary. The hallmarks include makers mark DM struck twice, either side of the Dundee town mark, a "Pot of Lilies". The pot of lilies is the arms of the burgh of Dundee (Jackson pg 598), the pot has 2 handles, clearly visible here. The hallmarks are clear, with slight wear to the lilies at the top of the mark. David Manson worked between 1809 and 1818, his work is quite rare.
Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle - David Manson, Dundee
Scottish provincial silver toddy ladle - david manson, dundee

Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle - David Manson, Dundee
Scottish silver toddy ladle - initials

Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle - David Manson, Dundee
hallmarks - dundee, david manson

Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle - David Manson, Dundee
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