A William IV Scottish Silver & Rhino Horn Toddy Ladle

Time Period: 19th C., 1836

Origin: Glasgow, Scotland.

Materials: Silver and carved Rhinoceros Horn

Maker: Peter Aitken I

Provenance: UK Market, The Henry & Tricia Byrom Collection

License / Declarations:

  1. Ships only within U.K. due to CITES regulations. CITES Article A Exempt, Pre-1947 CITES Annex A Article 10 Exempt – Worked specimen before 3 March 1947. This item requires Export or CITES permits in order to be shipped outside the U.K.
  2. Certificate of Authenticity.
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A rare antique William IV Scottish Silver & Rhino Horn Toddy Ladle crafted by quality maker Peter Aitken I, Glasgow 1836.

Measures: 13″ or 33 cm long

Fully hallmarked for Glasgow 1836

The rhino horn handle is beautifully crafted to resemble joints. This is so rare and unique we have never seen a similar looking piece like this.

Silverware of this period was crafted in a bold and showy manner. This ladle embodies the highly skilled craftsmanship of Scottish silver smiths during that time period.

Shipping from UK to any UK address due to CITES regulations.

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