Pair English Georgian 1810 Sterling Silver Fleur de Lis Gravy/Sauce Ladles
Presented is a pair of English, sterling silver gravy or sauce ladles made by Thomas Streetin of London in 1810. The front of each handle has a finely engraved crest of a fleur de lis.
The back of each ladle is marked with the crowned leopard's head for London, the lion passant for sterling silver, a duty mark of the king's head, a date letter P for the year 1810 and a maker's mark for Thomas Streetin.
This pair is in great overall condition, especially considering age. There is minor surface wear, but the engravings are crisp and there are no damages other than a couple of tiny dings to one of the bowls.
Length: 6 5/8 inches.
Weight: 93 grams.