George Iii Sterling Silver Sauce Ladle, George Smith (Iii), London, 1781

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller ir-antiques (145) 100%, Location: Launceston, Ships to: GB & many other countries, Item: 352828619748 This is a fine quality early George III Sterling Silver Sauce Ladle in the Old English pattern. The Sauce Ladle is made in London in a good gauge of silver by renowned silversmith George Smith (III) and dates to 1781. George Smith (III) was part of the Eley, Fearn, Chawner & Smith family grouping that dominated the making of silver flatware in the second half of the 18th C and on into the 19th C. The ladle has no engraving or personalisation of any kind The hallmarks on the underside of the stem are somewhat rubbed but still decipherable with the date letter and makers' mark being very clear. The Sauce Ladle is in good condition with no dings or dents and only a minimal amount of wear, truly remarkable for an item that's 238 years old! Please make sure you look at the photos as these form part of the description. The label is 16.7cm long and weighs a very respectable 33.5g of solid sterling silver.The hallmarks are the lion passant for sterling silver, the leopard's head assay mark for London, the date letter "f" for 1781 and the script style GS makers' mark for George Smith (III). All deliveries require a signature so we are unable to send to PO Box addresses. Product: Ladles, Style: Georgian, Age: Pre-1800, Pattern: Old English, Composition: Solid Silver, Brand: George Smith (III), Assay Office: London

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