An assembled pair of antique sterling silver toddy ladles in a contemporary presentation box.
The larger toddy ladle is Georgian, hallmarked for London 1735 and engraved with the letter T on the outside of bowl, with a turned hardwood handle.
13 1/4” (33.6cm) long.
The smaller toddy ladle is Victorian, hallmarked for Edinburgh 1846, makers mark of Samuel Weir who worked 1842-1858, with a baleen handle.
11” (28cm) long.
$895 for the pair.
A hot toddy is a traditional drink made with rum, hot water, honey, lemon and spices (primarily cinnamon). Contemporary recipes for hot toddies are also made with whiskey.