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PAIR OF GEORGE IV SCOTTISH SILVER TODDY LADLES

John Caw, Edinburgh, 1826-27

 

 

 

 

Of heavy gauge silver, in the Fiddle Pattern, the ladles with slightly arched shafts and shallow round bowls,

the terminals engraved with the crest of a dexter arm vambraced holding in the gauntlet a pheon erect,

 below the mottos PER TELA PER HOSTES ( By arrow by enemies), Fairbairn's 211.7 (Bremner, Brymer);

very crisp marks verso CAW (for John Caw), with full marks for Edinburgh 1826-7

 

Condition : Excellent with very crisp marks

 

6" Long / 2.4 oz.

 

Price: Please Inquire

 

#6494

 

    

 

 

 

 

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Pair of George IV Scottish Silver Toddy Ladles, Edinburgh, 1826-7, John Caw