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Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773

£490

Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 crest
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 initials to back of bowl
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 hallmarks
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 crest
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 initials to back of bowl
Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 hallmarks

Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773

£490



Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773.Hook handled and bearing a stag crest. Bottom marked with a full set of hallmarks and with initials I.S. to back top of bowl.

This antique Irish silver Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 is priced at £490 Sterling.

John Laughlin was located in Hoeys Court and became a Freeman in 1751. He was mentioned in street directories up until 1774. Francis Jones apprenticed in 1752, James B.Esdall in 1769 and his grandson John Laughlin in 1758.

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Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773.

Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773.Hook handled and bearing a stag crest. Bottom marked with a full set of hallmarks and with initials I.S. to back top of bowl.

This antique Irish silver Dublin George III Hook handle Soup Ladle Michael Cormack retailer John Laughlin 1773 is priced at £490 Sterling.

John Laughlin was located in Hoeys Court and became a Freeman in 1751. He was mentioned in street directories up until 1774. Francis Jones apprenticed in 1752, James B.Esdall in 1769 and his grandson John Laughlin in 1758.