Antique Aberdeen Scottish provincial silver toddy ladle, with monogrammed finial.
The toddy ladle bears the hallmarks for James Erskine, and the Aberdeen town marks of 3 towers and a hand with dagger.
The Richard Turner reference book on Scottish provincial silver dates James' work to c1792-1820.
The toddy ladle is 15.5 cm (6.1") long. The bowl is 4.5 cm (1.8") by 4 cm (1.5") and is 1.5 cm (.6") deep. It weighs 23 grams.
All measurements are approximate.
The toddy ladle is in very good condition, with just light overall scratching commensurate with age and usage.
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