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A Georgian sterling silver toddy ladle, circa 1,800, with maker's marks Gb, marks rubbed, with an elongated bowl with rope twist edging, an undulating vegetal stem attached to a wrythen baleen handle; hallmarked to bowl. Length 37 cm

A Georgian Scottish toddy ladle, 1829 Glasgow, with maker's marks for John Murray or John Muir. the compressed low form bowl repousse and chased with floral and scrolls, a silver throat with a vine leaf and grape embellishment to a turned mahogany hand

Four sterling silver and Britannia standard spoons & ladles, 1,800-1825, Aberdeen, with marks for George Booth, a small ladle; late 18th century Birmingham, a small toddy ladle with a baleen handle; 1881 Edinburgh (and Aberdeen) with marks for George S

A George III silver coin toddy ladle with a baleen handle, 1789 London, with maker's mark is. the oval bowl centred with a George II silver coin dated 1723, a silver mount and a wrythen baleen handle; hallmarked to the bowl. Length 36 cm

An Austro-Hungarian. 800 silver soup ladle and an American sterling silver toddy ladle, 1872-1922 period, with Dianakopf mark of fineness to cinquefoil and maker's mark ?M;, circa 1895, with maker's marks for Hamilton Diesinger, a long spiral stemm

Rare Georgian Scottish provincial sterling silver toddy ladle, fiddle pattern, marks, Anchor & Rope, G, Stag, DG approx 15 cm long, 30g

A George III silver and baleen toddy ladle, old coin to base.

A Georgian sterling silver toddy ladle 1752/3 London, with maker's mark for William Garrard. The oval bowl with radiating flutes and a serpentine rim, having a slender conical throat attached to a timber handle with a swelled terminal and finial; hallm

A pair of Victorian silver toddy ladles London 1868, each with a spiral twist handle

Antique hallmarked sterling silver toddy ladle with whale bone handle, approx 30 cm high

Two antique silver toddy ladles comprising of a George III ladle with spiral twist handle hallmarked London 1812 (John Shea)18 cm long and a larger coin silver ladle 34 cm long

A George III silver toddy ladle, whale bone handle; unmarked. Length 35 cms.

A William IV Scottish silver toddy ladle. Maker A*A. Glasgow 1830. 30gms.

A Georgian commemorative silver and baleen toddy ladle, 1805 London, with maker's mark for probably John Merry, the toddy ladle of typical shallow bowl form with lip, having a hollow silver section joining the wrythen baleen handle with a silver capped ter

Antique silver toddy ladle with turned timber handle and ivory cap, 45 cm long approx

A George I sterling silver punch ladle, Phillips Garden, London 1743 and a Georgian style toddy ladle set with silver Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee medallion, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1901

A George II silver bowl of pap bowl form, originally a toddy ladle bowl; London 1747. (handle removed)

Set of 4 sterling silver toddy ladles by John Evans of London circa 1841

A George III sterling silver and whalebone toddy ladle, Unmarked having a silver tipped spiral twist whalebone handle mounted with a silver repousse decorated bowl inset with a Queen Anne silver coin, bearing the initials to the cartouche 'DMW' 34 cm long.

A George III silver toddy ladle, the oval boat form bowl with fine saw-tooth border, the long tapered flat fitting to the twisted baleen handle with engraved silver cap end with captured ring hanger. Length 30 cm

A George III silver toddy ladle, the boat form bowl with plain everted rim and pouring spout, the tapered fitting to the long twisted baleen handle. Length 35 cm

A Georgian silver toddy ladle, the twin-lipped bowl of serpentine outline marked solely with lion passant, engraved script initials under the bowl fixed to a twisted baleen handle, repair at stem joint.

A George II silver toddy ladle, with pouring spout and a long twisted baleen handle, the coin in the base dated 1757. Length 34.5 cm

An early Georgian sterling silver toddy ladle, English, late 18th/early 19th century, 42 cm long

A good pair of Scottish silver toddy ladles, 19th century, apparently unmarked, but tested for.925 plus silver, in the Georgian manner with plain silver bowls to wrythen horn or baleen stems terminating in silver thistles with faceted citrine finials; in a

A Sterling silver toddy ladle. Georgius Dei Gratia II, the bowl with flower head and C scroll chased decoration, with an ebonised spiral turned handle. 30gm.

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV toddy ladle set with a post-Medieval silver sixpence of George II, with a timber turned handle. London, 1831, makers mark rubbed. Length 32.5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver George III toddy ladle with a timber turned handle. London, 1763, maker unknown. Length 38 cm

George III sterling silver toddy ladle hallmarked London 1813

George III sterling silver toddy ladle hallmarked London 1766

Georgian silver toddy ladle with whale bone handle, 42 cm long

A George III silver toddy ladle with coin boss, engraved monogram and whalebone twist handle.

Sterling silver toddy ladle with elongated wooden handle

A pair of William IV silver toddy ladles, King's pattern, initialled; Wm Eaton, London 1837. Total wt 124g

A George II period silver toddy ladle, the shaped bowl with a wide pouring spout, on long turned ebonised wood handle. London 1753. Length 39 cm

A small Georgian period silver toddy ladle, with plain oval bowl and slender turned ebony handle. London 1810. Length 18.5 cm

A small Georgian sterling silver toddy ladle together with a mustard spoon. London 1820, 1821.

A set of four Georgian sterling silver individual toddy ladles in Old English pattern. Edinburgh, 1806. Length 16 cm

Silver toddy ladle with pressed floral decoration to bowl, tear to silver and a turned timber handle. Length 34 cm

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