A pair of sterling silver sauce tureens, maker's mark Parker and Wakelin, London, 1766 boat shaped with gadrooned rims and loop handles, on four scroll and shield feet and engraved armorial to each front, 1170grs total silver weight, 9 cm high
A pair of sterling silver sauce boats maker's mark Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, circa 1931, each with an ovoid basin and a flared and reeded rim, raised on three legs, 476grs total weight of silver, 17 cm long.
A late Victorian sterling silver sauce boat. No maker's mark (rubbed), London, 1897/8, in the early Georgian style, with an incised rope-twist rim and a scrolling loop handle with foliate thumb-rest, otherwise plain, on three feet with shell-styled capital
Two sterling silver table pieces, comprising a sauce boat with loop handle, marked 925 and a Victorian jug of globular form with wicker handle, bearing rubbed marks for Gw Sheffield 1904 (2). Jug. Height 14 cm
Matthew West, sterling silver sauce boat, having ovoid body with radiating flutes, plain and punch bead from the base and up sides with vacant punch bead cartouche to front and looped double scroll handle all mounted on four hoof feet, bearing marks for Ma
Milne and Campbell, sterling silver sauce boat, having plain shallow ovoid body with bold pouring lip and double scrolled leaf capped handle and mounted on oval moulded spreading foot, bearing marks for Milne and Campbell, Glasgow c1760. Weight 215grs. Hei
Benjamin Smith II, pair of sauce tureens, hemispherical form on pedestal foot with band of gadrooning and rising to gadroon flange with the plain body having two engraved crests and applied rim with band of foliate, reed and tie above shallow panelling, th
A pair of George III silver gravy boats, with gadrooned border and reeded handles, supported on an oval base with a gadrooned border. Maker E.W and I.P. London 1772. Height 17 cm. Length 24 cm. 1044 grams.
A pair of Omar Ramsden Arts & Crafts sterling silver sauce boats, maker's mark Omar Ramsden, London circa 1931/1933, the pair each with a hand beaten finish and of a narrow elliptical form with tapering spout and single scrolled handle all raised on a roll
A George V sterling silver gravy argyle maker's mark Carrington & Co., London circa 1911 Vasiform with a reeded cover, ebonised handle and finial, internal covered heating cylinder and side spout, raised on a square foot, 576 grs. Total weight, 21 cm high
A pair of George II silver sauce boats, Edward Feline, London, 1741, each with a leaf capped double scroll handle, the sides of one engraved with two armorials, the other with a Crown over griffin, raised on lion paw feet with lion mask head surmounts, (2)
A pair of George III silver sauce-boats, by John Parker & Edward Wakelin, London 1761, each on floral pad feet, with gadrooned and shell rim, feather capped loop handle, engraved coronet and crest, the bases engraved with scratch weights '23=17' and '23=16
A pair of George III silver-gilt Egyptian revival sauce-boats, by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1806, each raised on round foot rising to fluting to the lower body and a band of stylised Greek key decoration between beading, lip chased with anthemion
A set of four George III silver sauce tureens and covers, by Paul Storr, London 1801, of oval form and raised on oval pedestal base with gadroon border, applied with leaf-capped ring handles, the pull-off domed cover with thread loop handle, engraved with
A Victorian silver sauce boat, John Samuel Hunt, London 1848, engraved with a crest and coronet, the scroll feet with acanthus leaf surmount, ribbed border, scrolling leaf capped handle; stamped Hunt and Roskell late Storr, Mortimer and Hunt; 453gms. Lengt
Geo III provincial silver sauce boat of oval form with wavey edge border, flying scroll handle, raised on three shell capped hoof feet. Newcastle 1782, maker John Langlands I & John Robertson I, weight 4ozs troy.