147 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 80 are shown here).
Oil lamp of cast brass, Nepal, 18th century
Previously catalogued as Durga as Annapurna; Sculpture, bronze, Deccan India, C14
Annapurna, C. India?, 1800-1875
Devi or Durga as Annapurna; Sculpture, bronze, N. India, 1800-1875
Goddess Annapurna; Sculpture, bronze, S. India, 1850-1880
Nephrite jade, Mughal, second half of 17th century
Annapurna; Sculpture, brass, S.India, 1850-1900
Annapurna, standing, Sculpture, copper, cast, S.India, 1650-1750
ladle without handle; Silver, English
Spoon, with wax and painted wood finial depicting a winged man with dragon, by A. Gilbert, English, probably ca. 1903
Tureen with cover, stand and ladle
Silver with a glass liner and spoon, York hallmarks for 1800-01, mark of Hampston, Prince and Cattles.
'Ballade' stoneware ladle, part of a glögg set, with painted decoration of repeated ripple patterns, designed by Leif Helge Enger 1977, made by Porsgrund, Porsgrunn.
Sauce boat and ladle
Sauce-boat and ladle, designed by Eva Zeisel, ?Red Wing, USA, earthenware
Ladle set with a coin. Gold, ebonised wood. Charles Fox, 1823.
Ladle for a sauce tureen
Silver, London hallmarks for 1769-70, Thomas Heming
Sauce tureen stand
Silver, London hallmarks for 1770-71, mark of Thomas Heming.
Silver ladle for a sauce tureen, London, 1769-70, Thomas Heming
Silver, London hallmarks for 1747-8, mark of Paul de Lamerie
Ladle, silver, Paul de Lamerie, ca.1733.
Punch ladle, silver, Paul Storr, 1814.
Cast, chased and engraved silver punch ladle; London hallmarks for 1738-39, mark of Paul de Lamerie
Silver basket, London, Paul de Lamerie, 1741-1742
'Monaco' pattern covered dish, sauceboat and ladle with cross hatched design by Jessie Tait, 1956. 'Fashion' shape earthenware, designed by Roy Midwinter about 1954, made by W. R. Midwinter Ltd., Burslem, 1956
Covered soup tureen and ladle
Electroplated nickel silver and copper, the ladle handle of silver, (unmarked), ivory and jadeite, London, ca. 1890-93, designed by C.R. Ashbee and made by the Guild of Handicraft Ltd.
Silver, designed and made by Kay Bojesen Silversmiths, Copenhagen, 1938-1942.
Brass and copper ladle for water or tea.
Silver, London hallmarks for ca.1760 (rubbed), mark of James Tookey
Silver, London ca.1775
Silver, London hallmarks for 1797-8, mark of Edward Capper
Silver, Dublin hallmarks ca.1770, mark of William Hughes
Silver, London hallmarks for 1733-34, mark of Hester Bateman
Pewter plaque of a man sitting at a small table. English, ca. 1840.
Miniature dinner service
Miniature dinner service, german; 1850-1900
Miniature Dinner service, english; mid 19th century
Stoneware ladle made by Gwyn Hanssen, ca. 1959
Water ladle, hishaku, from a set of utensils for the tea ceremony
Part of a pair of two water-ladles (hishaku), bamboo.
Each formed from a section of bamboo (the node forming the base) cut with a crescent-shaped hole into which is inserted the end of a handle, formed from a length of split bamboo.
Each ladle has a cardboard box.
Tureen, cover and ladle
Handbuilt ladle with polychrome enamel decoration, Angus Suttie, 1987.
Set of condiment vases
Punch ladle, England, 1680-1700, 95 A-1906 .