Alexander Keim Antique Coin Silver Ladle, Philadelphia, PA, c. 1850
This lovely ladle with a scalloped bowl is a rare example of silver made by Alexander Keim in Philadelphia. The curved handle is beautifully engine turned and engraved around a shield with an original 'SER' monogram.
This small soup ladle is marked 'A. KEIM.' It measures 9.75 inches long, weighs 2.30 troy ounces and is in excellent antique condition.
Provenance: Collection of Dale E. Bennett.
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