A Very Fine Pair of Kings Pattern Sauce Ladles, London 1834 by William Eaton


This wonderful pair of Kings pattern silver sauce ladles are in the classic double-struck standard form with the diamond heel.

Hallmarked for London 1834, makers mark WE for William Eaton.

These delightful spoons are in very fine condition with no erasures or repairs. Lovely patina developed over two centuries of care. In all, wonderful examples of the highly collectable Kings pattern made by the renowned specialist spoon maker, William Eaton.

Length: 17cm or 6.7”

Width of bowl: 6cm or 2.4”

Weight: 161g, 5.18ozT or 5.68oz


The Kings Pattern is perhaps the most popular of all the flatware patterns, principally dating to the early nineteenth century, but earlier examples have been found. This delightfully attractive pattern has been very popular since its introduction, with large quantities being produced throughout the nineteenth century and it is still being produced today. This makes it a favourite for flatware collectors especially exemplary pieces made by renowned silversmiths.



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