Ladles

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Ladle (foundry) - Pour Designs
... Ladles can be "lip pour" design, "teapot spout" design, "lip-axis design" or "bottom pour" design For lip pour design the ladle is tilted and the molten metal pours out of the ladle like water from a pitcher ... spout design, like a teapot, takes liquid from the base of the ladle and pours it out via a lip-pour spout ... in the molten metal will form on the top of the metal so by taking the metal from the base of the ladle, the impurities are not poured into the mould ...
Ladle (spoon)
... A ladle is a type of serving spoon used for soup, stew, or other foods ... Although designs vary, a typical ladle has a long handle terminating in a deep bowl, frequently with the bowl oriented at an angle to the handle to facilitate lifting liquid out of a pot or other vessel ... Some ladles involve a point on the side of the basin to allow for finer stream when pouring the liquid however, this can create difficulty for left handed users, as it is easier to ...
Mildenhall Treasure - The Contents of The Hoard - Spoons
... objects in the Mildenhall assemblage are all small eating utensils five round-bowled ladles or spoons, and eight long-handled spoons of the common late-Roman cochlear type ... The round 'ladles' have zoomorphic handles cast in the form of dolphins ... is a comparable piece in the Traprain treasure, and there are two sets each of ten ladles of this type, though not with zoomorphic handles, in the Hoxne hoard ...
Ladle (foundry) - Types
... The basic term is often pre-fixed to define the actual purpose of the ladle ... The basic ladle design can therefore include many variations that improve the usage of the ladle for specific tasks ... For example Casting ladle a ladle used to pour molten metal into moulds to produce the casting ...