Wallace - Wallace Anjou (Slvrplate, 1899) Monogramed Cream Ladle, Solid Piece - Silverplate, 1899
Community Cream Ladle Flower de Luce Pattern aka Fleur de Luce Pattern The Flower de Luce or Fleur de Luce Silver plate Pattern by Community was introduced in 1904. A really soft and lovely Art Nouveau Floral pattern. This is a cream ladle certainly could be used for sauces or gravy. CONDITION: Very nice condition. No plate loss or wear. It is gift worthy DIMENSIONS: 5 1/2" long
"Dish out one serving at a time! The Healthy Steps Portion Control Serving Ladle provides portion control for serving cooked meals right from the stove or at the dinner table. The stylish appearance is perfect for serving guests and family alike. Since the portion sizes are tucked away on the inside of the ladle, no one will know you are measuring. Serve the proper portions of soup, pasta sauces or gravy every time! Use to deliver portion control of: cream-based gravy. sauces. soups. How to use: For
Wallace - Wallace Anjou (Slvrplate, 1899) Solid Piece Cream Ladle - Silverplate, 1899
New Solid Stainless Steel Cream Ladle Sturdy one-piece construction with a hefty thickness of 3 mm or .12 inches 3-1/2" bowel size works well for skimming cream off our 1 gallon milk jars Please feel free to ask any questions
This cream sauce ladle has an oval cartouche with floral designs down the handle to the round bowl. It has a comparatively short handle. Cream ladles are usually 5 - 6 in length. Originally these were used for thick cream in serving strawberries (fruit) or desserts. In addition today these are used for any kind of sauce. Usually the handle has a slight curve causing the ladle to rest easily in the bowl. Technically the cream ladle and the sauce ladle are two different pieces in some flatware sets which have
Rosalind, Old by International, Sterling Cream Ladle, Active Pattern: No, Circa: 1908, Manufacturer's Hallmark, Size: 5-5/8", This smaller sized ladle is perfect for serving sauces or dressings.
Baker Manchester - Baker Manchester Poppy (Sterling) Cream Ladle, Solid Piece - Sterling, Floral Handle
Sterling,1892,No Monos. Long Cream Ladle with Plain Round Bowl in the Richelieu (Strl, 1892, No Monos) pattern by Tiffany
Johnson & Godley - Johnson & Godley Jhg1 (Coin) Solid Piece Cream Ladle - Coin Silver ,Ny ,1843 ,Fiddle ,Tipped ,Wings
Silverplate cream or sauce ladle by Oneida Community in the Patrician pattern circa 1914. The ladle has a beveled bowl and measures 5 34 long. Its a simple but elegant pattern that could accompany most any pattern. It is in excellent condition. No bald sp
We have offered here a beautiful Alvin Sterling Silver Cream Ladle. This one has a shell motif on the end of the handle, which repeats near the bowl. The Ladle is 5 1/8" long, and the bowl is 1 5/8" across. I am not sure of the name for this pattern, since it does not show up in my pattern book. It is in excellent condition, and still makes a wonderful early Sterling Cream Ladle.
Stainless Steel. 7/8'' H 3 2/5'' W 9 /4'' L 2 oz..Ribbed handle.One piece design.Trigger release.This ice cream scoop from Browne is made of stainless steel. It features ribbed handle, one piece design.
Blossom Time by International, Sterling Cream Ladle, Active Pattern: No, Circa: 1950, Size: 5-1/2", This smaller sized ladle is perfect for serving sauces or dressings.
Vintage Fairfield Aplha gravy or cream ladle. Simple and elegant design of flowers around the top of the ladle handle. Will blend nicely with other patterns. This vintage silver plate ladle is marked "Fairfield" and is the "Alpha" pattern which dates from 1915. Measures 7 inches long. Good condition with just some surface scratches. A wonderful little extra for your cozy cottage table.
NSF, Use to Serve - ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressing, barbeque sauce, tartar sauce, Thousand Island
Baker Manchester - Baker Manchester Bms7 (Sterling) Solid Piece Cream Ladle - Sterling,Outline Edge,Fan/Plume
This small sterling silver cream or sauce ladle in the "Mt. Vernon" pattern measures 5-3/8". Lunt Silver Co. introduced the Mt. Vernon sterling pattern during the first part of the 20th century and is impressed on the back of the stem with the "Y" logo which has the "R, L and B" of Rogers, Lunt and Bowlen, the "Sterling" mark, and "Pat. 11-29-05". An old English "S" embellishes a shield-shaped crest surrounded by long narrow cornucopias on either side of its high arched stem. The lovely vintage ladle has