Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

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silvercrown
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Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

Postby silvercrown » Sat Jun 21, 2014 12:48 pm

These are the last two pieces of Dutch silver from the estate sale in PA. These are my two favorites. As before, I need help with the marks. Thanks again in advnace for sharing your knowledge.

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oel
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Re: Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

Postby oel » Sun Jun 22, 2014 12:32 am

Hi Geri,

The maker’s mark appears to be: LS above an arrow for: Leendert Schenkel, registered in Schoonhoven from 1882/1904. Please check your ladle for a little date letter.


Best,

Oel.

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Re: Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

Postby Dendriet » Sun Jun 22, 2014 2:14 pm

oel wrote:Hi Geri,
The maker’s mark appears to be: LS above an arrow for: Leendert Schenkel, registered in Schoonhoven from 1882/1904. Please check your ladle for a little date letter.
Best,
Oel.


What do you call the right-most of these three ...... maybe a date letter? :)))

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Re: Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

Postby silvercrown » Sun Jun 22, 2014 2:37 pm

Thanks for your reply. I don't know where my husband put it. I will check the ladle when he returns home.

Geri

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Re: Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

Postby oel » Sun Jun 22, 2014 4:53 pm

Hi All,
Yes, altough the image is not clear, the third mark could be the date letter and perhaps the Gothic X for 1882, it appears rather small to be a worn/rubbed assay office/Minerva head. Please check the ladle for other marks.


Oel.

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Re: Dutch Ladle & Large Serving Spoon Help

Postby silvercrown » Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:04 pm

Hi oel,

Well, I can't provide the mark for the ladle as someone bought it yesterday in our shop. She just loved it. I was able to tell her what we knew from you and she didn't seem concerned about the date. So, thanks again for all your help.

Geri
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