Price

£385.00

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A good pair of late eighteenth century Scottish provincial silver cream /sauce ladles made in Circa 1790 by William Scott of Dundee.

The ladles which are very plain in style are well marked and in excellent condition.

The mark used is WS, pot of lilies, WS, M noted by Guthrie p3.

Description of mark enclosed. William Scott was working from 1774-1799.

Dimensions

Length 15.2 cms

Price

£385.00

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