Victorian Antique Large White Ceramic Wedgwood Ladle
A wonderful white ceramic Wedgwood ladle, dating from the late 1800s, in excellent condition.
This Victorian ladle, by Wedgwood, would more than likely have been part of a soupiere set. Although now on its own, these white ceramic ladles are still perfect for use serving soup, casseroles or even punch and cocktails. They also make for wonderful display items, especially as part of a white ironstone collection.
Imprinted with the Wedgwood mark on its base, it is a classically simple design, with a faint leaf pattern running part way down the handle from its end. It also has the initial “J”, which I understand dates this piece to the 1880s.
It is in excellent antique condition. There are no chips or cracks, and only very small patches of crazing which are only evident on close inspection. There is a little patch of wear to the end of the handle and where the bowl joins the handle.
Length, 27cm; Diameter of Spoon, 9.5cm
UK delivery included, international delivery a maximum of £10.