Early Irish sterling silver ladle. A rare find, this Irish sterling silver ladle was made by James Champion, Dublin 1738.
Record show Champion as Warden and Master of Goldsmiths Company. This hook end ladle features a handsomely crafted shell bowl with rounded heel to reverse while the cartouche found to handle end is uninscribed. Hallmarks are found mid stem, partly struck but identifiable while the ladle measures 15 in length with a fine gauge of 209gms. Three tiny pinholes to bowl.
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London Goldsmiths 1697- 1837 Their. Silver Novelties in the Gilded A.1870 - 1910 by Deborah Cr. Jackson's Silver & Gold M. All jewellery is delivered in. The item "Early Georgian antique Irish sterling silver large hook end ladle c1738 Champion" is in sale since Tuesday, October 27, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling". The seller is "vandalane" and is located in Northern NSW. This item can be shipped worldwide.