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Set 6 early Victorian hallmarked sterling silver sauce ladles. London 1837, maker WH. Monogrammed and numbered one through 6. Length 17 cm (each) Wt. 241g (total)

A fine American sterling silver scallop shell sauce dish, 1920-1945, with maker's mark of M. Fred Hirsch, and bearing mark of later period, of typical form with a looping handle with thumb spur, raised on two ball feet, with handle terminal also servin

English hallmarked sterling silver William IV pair of sauce ladles in the Old English pattern, London, 1835, maker Randall Chatterton. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 17 cm. Weight 108g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of sauce ladles in the fiddle & thread pattern, monogrammed 'Sc'. London, 1842, maker William Robert Smily. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 17.5 cm. Weight 130g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of sauce ladles in the fiddle pattern, engraved with a tree armorial. London, 1839, maker Mary Chawner. Condition: good, some tarnishing. Length 18.5 cm. Weight 157g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III pair of sauce ladles in the Old English pattern, with an enragev tree atump armorial. London, 1801, maker William Eley & William Fearn. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 17.5 cm. Weight 110g

Victorian sterling silver bombe shaped sauce boat, cast feet and flying scroll handle, curved fluting to the body, marked London, 1888, IMJ, approx 192g, approx 11 cm high

Australian sterling silver sauce boat, maker GOB, approx. 7 oz. troy

Sterling silver sauce boat hallmarked Birmingham 1910, 160g approx.

A group of three sterling silver sauce boats of graduated size 1860, 1866 and 1902 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Barker Bros (two) and George Unite respectively. All of conforming boat shape with serpentine rims, tripod feet and ear form handles;

Scottish hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of sauce spoons in the Kings pattern, monogrammed 'G'. Edinburgh, 1846, maker Tc. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 15 cm. Weight 89g

Victorian sterling silver sauce boat hallmarked Birmingham 1892, 13.5 cm wide, 90 grams approx

Sterling silver tri footed sauce boat in bombe shape body and cast c scroll handles, dents to body, marked London, 1913, Goldsmiths co. Approx 241g, approx 10 cm high

A George III silver sauce tureen and cover, Rebecca Eames & Edward Barnard / London / 1813, the stepped domed cover with a gadrooned border, the body with a conforming border to the rim, flanked by angular handles, bun feet, approximately 586gms, 21 cm

A pair of Monogrammed sterling silver gravy ladles, 1818/19 London, with maker's mark for William Bateman, in fiddle pattern with oval bowls; hallmarked underside to stems, silver weight 138gr, length 16.5 cm.

A German.800 silver rococo style sauce boat, late 19th to early 20th century, with maker's marks, retailed through Wilkens, the sauceboat with undulating shaped rims to a lobed bombe style body richly embellished with rococo scrolls, flora and lattice

A fine pair of large Georgian bead edge sauce boats, c.1800 London, with rubbed maker's marks, the elegant pedestal boats with scroll and acanthus leaf decorated 'S' form handles, beaded to the rim with repeat beading to the oval foot; hallmarked below pou

A pair of small Scottish Georgian sterling silver ladles, 1806 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for John Graham, the small sauce ladles in fiddle design, hallmarked underside to terminals, silver weight 53gr, length 17.5 cm.

A pair of Georgian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1830 London, with maker's marks for William Chawner, the fiddle pattern ladles with oval bowls; hallmarked to the finials, silver weight 85gr, length 16.5 cm.

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VIII pair of sauce boats with scallopped edging, acanthus leaf handle on three stepped feet. Birmingham, 1936, maker J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd. Condition good, minor wear to the base. Length 17 cm. Weight 171g

A George III sterling silver oval beaded sauce boat by Hester Bateman, London 1780 17 cm long, 210 grams

Pair of J. Tostrup (Norway) silver gravy boats with affixed under trays, marked J. TOSTRUP 830S to base rim, 17.5 cm wide approx, 544 grams approx

A sterling silver sauce boat, 1914 Birmingham, with maker's mark for a J Zimmerman, the low form boat with a broad flat scalloped rim, a curvaceous ear form handle and raised on three curved legs with trefoil adornments and hoof feet; hallmarked to upp

Pair of sterling silver sauce boats hallmarked Sheffield 1938, maker Edward Viner, 210gms approx.

Sterling silver sauce boat, mark of Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London, 1933, with gadrooned rim, raised on three shell-capped pad feet, with a leaf-capped handle, hallmarked. Weight 372 grams. Provenance: The Collection of Peggy Moore, NSW

Sterling silver sauce boat, mark of Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield, 1942. Hallmarked. Approx. Weight 398 grams

A sterling silver sauce boat, London 1935, with a Jubilee hallmark. 235 grams

A pair of sterling silver Asprey Brothers sauce boats, Birmingham. 213 grams

A pair of George V silver sauce boats, of triangular form with bound reeded rim, raised on three paw feet. Birmingham 1921 by Elkington & Co. Total 202gms.

Pair of sterling silver sauce boats, hallmarked Sheffield 1938, maker Edward Viner, 210gms approx.

Sterling silver sauce boat, hallmarked Birmingham 1925 (William Neale & Son ), 18.8 cm wide, 158 grams approx

Sterling silver sauce boat, hallmarked London 1915 (Stewart Dawson & Co Ltd), 16 cm wide, 166 grams approx

Georgian style sterling silver sauce boat, hallmarked Birmingham 1926 (A & J Zimmerman Ltd ), 15.5 cm wide, 90 grams approx

A George V sterling silver 7 piece cruet set by Atkins Brothers, Birmingham 1934, and a George V sterling silver pair of sauce boats by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1910, 14 cm long

Sterling silver sauce boat, Sheffield 1936, approx 246 grams

A Georgian style, sterling silver gravy boat. Birmingham 1921, by J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd. Length 20 cm. Weight 306grams

A George III Scottish silver sauce boat, rectangular form, bulleted rim, floral engraved body, ball feet, gilded lining; George McHattie, Edinburgh, 1819. Weight 220g.

A George V pair of sterling silver oval sauce boats by Collingwood & Co, London, 1933 19 cm long

A George III sterling silver set of 3 Bead pattern sauce ladles with fluted bowls by Thomas Pratt & Arthur Humphries, London 1781/3

Gravy spoon. Sterling silver by Matthew West spoon has a Divider Seive Dublin 1818

Sauce boat. Sterling silver hallmarked Birmingham 1925 small

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