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Aberdeen Toddy Ladle, 1810

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£145.00
Toddy Ladle - Old English Pattern - Aberdeen c.1810 by William Jamieson - 16cm long; 27g - RC/8621

Aberdeen Toddy Ladle, 1810





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This is an elegant Scottish silver toddy ladle made by William Jamieson in the provincial city of Aberdeen. The front terminal is engraved with the crest and motto of the Bannerman clan and features a demi-man with sword in his right hand and the motto "Pro Patria " (For my Country). the ladle is in excellent condition throughout.
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