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Victorian Cast Silver Bacchanalian Pattern Sugar Sifter Ladle
FRANCIS HIGGINS, LONDON 1844
A fine quality Victorian cast silver Sugar Sifter Ladle in "Bacchanalian" pattern, with lightly gilded pierced fluted shell shaped bowl.

By Francis Higgins, London, 1844
Price £265.00
Condition In good condition with no damage or repair
Height 163  mm (6.42 inches)
Width 53  mm (2.09 inches)
Weight 59.00 Grams (1.90 troy ounces)
Country England
Stock Code TRS230517.440B
Medium Silver
Literature The Bacchanalian pattern was originally designed by Thomas Stothard, the famous painter and designer, for Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, the Royal Goldsmiths, in 1812. It depicts an image of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine, riding a lion, with a topless figure of Diana at its feet.

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