An extremely rare long handled Toddy Ladle made in London in 1864 by George Adams.
The Toddy Ladle is modelled in the fiddle pattern and has a deep circular bowl. This example has an extraordinary long stem, of thick gauge. The Ladle is in excellent condition and is very well marked, including a journeyman's mark which would identify the individual in the workshop who made this piece. George Adams made these unusually long ladles, as well as very long marrow scoops, however examples are very scarce.Length: 11.5 inches, 28.75 cm.Weight: 4oz.