Georgian Toddy Ladle with Long Twisted Baleen Handle.
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Classic toddy ladle, Georgian period, circa 1820-1835. Handle is whalebone, actually baleen, with twisted design. The metal is probably British Plate, a very early form of Old Sheffield Plate, with the plate rolled onto the base of nickel silver instead of the later copper. Length is 41.5 cm including a bowl of 6 cm by 7 cm. (6.3/8 inches incl. bowl 2.3/8 inches by 2.1/4 inches). Excellent condition.
Originally used primarily for measuring hot toddy or cold punch into cups.
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