Georgian Irish Silver Bright Cut Soup Ladle, Dublin 1785

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Irish Silver Soup Ladle, Dublin 1785 by John Sheils, brightcut pattern. The large Soup Ladle with brightcut decoration and neo classical urn at top of handle engraved with the crest of an arm holding scimitar out of a ducal coronet, possibly that of McNamara, Co Clare, with monogram below LMcN in fancy script. Length: 14 1/4 inches. Weight: Approx 5.2 ozs.

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