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This superb George II cast silver stemmed soup ladle was made in London in 1748 by Thomas Devonshire and William Watkins and measures 14.5 inches in length. It is crested to the back of the stem and the stem itself is beautifully decorated with acanthus leaves and flowers and foliage leading into a scalloped bowl and to the reverse of the bowl it has acanthus leaves, scrolls and quilt engraving around the heel of the bowl where it meets the stem. It is full and clearly hallmarked to the back of the stem and is in lovely condition weighing 7.6 ounces or 237 grams.

Price: £600

Quote ref: devonshire

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