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Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladle Made in Aberdeen, circa 1830
By Alexander Mollison.
Located in London, GB
The toddy is made in the fiddle pattern, has a wide oval bowl and is engraved at the top of the stem with a contemporary initial. Measures: Length 6.45 inches.
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19th Century Scottish Antique Alexander Mollison

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