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Everyone knows that in the noble court of Holiday Silverware, the gravy ladle rules the roost. This heavy, richly decorated ladle in the circa 1919 pattern called Ambassador is no exception. The handle is decorated with architectural elements as well as a very detailed vase of flowers and leaves. The bowl of the ladle is beautifully shaped as well. An elegant piece.

In very good shapem it shows the minor wear and very fine scratches you would expect from nearly a century of gentle use. the handle has some very tiny pin point sized dents or marks and a small area of rub marks, as well. Probably from being stored too tightky with a fork. These are tiny and quite insignificant. Similar tiny dents on the back of the bowl. This is a beautiful piece, lovely for a dinner party or holiday table.


Because of the vintage, well worn nature of silverplate, all silverplate is sold as is.

Looking for more vintage silver? Or ways to decorate a vintage inspired table?
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Lynelle Miliate-Ha
Rene Ramos

Silverware, Gravy Ladle, Ambassador Pattern, Holiday Entertaining

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: silver plate, metal, gravy ladle
  • Feedback: 918 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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