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EEH Smith Silverplate Holly Oyster Soup Ladle 1904


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Hello, and welcome to Pleasant Hill Cottage. I'm glad you stopped in and hope you'll stay a while and browse the shelves. For your consideration today is a wonderful old oyster or soup ladle in the Holly pattern. A popular tableware pattern from the early years of the 20th century, today is a very desirable serving piece for collectors. The pattern was originally produced in 1904 by EEH Smith Silver Co. and later marketed by Montgomery Ward under the Lakeside brand. Once manufactured almost exclusively in the United States, the pattern has been produced in Mexico in more recent years. I believe this particular ladle to be a well cared for older piece probably produced in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The ladle is approximately 9 3/8" long and the bowl measures 3 " at the widest point. I hope the pictures can do this lovely design justice. Holly berries and leaves adorn the ornate handle. The back is signed "" and "PAT. 04." Age and use considered, the condition is very good for this piece. There are no dings, deep scratches, excessive wear or bends where they shouldn't be. There is some minor scratching visible, which is common in old silverplate and will become barely noticible with gentle polishing. Although there is one tiny spot where the plate has worn on the back or "heel" of the bowl, this is still a great piece for use or display. Thank you for stopping by, and I hope you'll come in again.

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