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Even though ladles date to the Roman era and sterling silver flatware was first produced in Sheffield, England in the 1200s, sterling silver ladles did not see widespread use until the mid-18th century, when a companion to the newly embraced- soup tureen was needed.

A long, gooseneck-handled spoon with a working end big enough to efficiently fill a soup bowl was an obvious complement.

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