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A small George III tripod silver sauceboat with shaped rim, flying handle and embossed floral decoration. London 1761 by Richard Mills. Length 13 cm

Sterling silver sauce boat, hallmarked Birmingham 1934

Pair of crested sterling silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern, hallmarked Sheffield 1860 (Henry Wilkinson & Co), 16.5 cm long, 91 grams

Four various sterling silver sauce ladles, hallmarked Dublin 1803, London 1826, 1838 and 1868, 283 grams

Sterling silver sauce boat, hallmarked Sheffield 1940 (Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd), 13.5 cm wide, 97 grams

Sterling silver sauce boat, of triangular form, hallmarked Birmingham 1919 (maker Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd), 16 cm wide, 104 gms

George III sterling silver sauce tureen, hallmarked London 1815 (W.E), 19 cm high, 15 cm wide with Victorian hallmarked sterling silver liner, 1209 grams

A George lll silver covered sauce tureen, John Schofield, London 1795, two George lll casters, one Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London. 1804, the other Robert Peaston, London, 1770, a George lll mug, London, 1793, a George lll porringer, Edinburgh, 1819

A George ll silver snuffer tray, John Cafe, London 1753 and a George ll sauce boat, London 1743, the tray of waisted form with shell corners and scroll handle, raised on four hoof feet, the sauce boat of shell shape with stylised serpent handle and raised

Danish silver double handled bowl, mark of Anton Michelsen, Simon Groth, Copenhagen, 1887, together with a Danish silver cream jug, c. 1843, of lobed form with scrolling leaf handle, raised on four paw feet, and a German silver sauce boat, hallmarked (2),

Irish sterling silver bowl and gravy boat, hallmarked Dublin 1903 and 1904 (Charles Lambe), 18 cm wide and 12.8 cm wide respectively, 372 grams

Pair of Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles, hallmarked, London, 1851, George Adams, with crest, total weight 152gm, (2)

A pair of sterling silver gravy ladles, 1855 London, with maker's mark for Metcalf Hopgood, fiddle pattern ladles engraved 'R' to the terminals, hallmarked underside, silver weight 142gr, length 18.5 cm

Nine sterling silver teaspoons & two sauce spoons, with various English hallmarks, 202grams approx

English hallmarked sterling silver George III set of three sauce tureens each having two wheat sheaf form handles, scrolled fleur de lis pie crust edge detail to the rim, all standing on a collet foot. London, 1809, maker Robert Hennell I & Samuel Henn

A George III sterling silver mustard pot, two salts, a pepper caster and six oval sauce boats, five Georgian and a later boat, the boats 12-19 cm long, including an Irish boat by Matthew West, Dublin circa 1775

George II sterling silver sauce boat with scroll handle, waved rim on three hoof feet, London 1753.

A silver sauce boat, on three feet, shell embellishments, gadroon rim, scrolled handle, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham, 1951. Weight 190g.

A sterling silver sauce boat with ribbed border to the rim, London mark, 1898

A George III sterling silver set of four sterling silver rectangular sauce tureens and covers by Richard Cook, London 1804 each with gadrooned rim, leaf capped handles and a cast handle in the form of a crest of a portcullis in an armoured arm

Good sterling silver sauce boat, hallmarked Chester 1914, (Haseler Brothers (Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler)), 15.5 cm wide approx., 158 grams approx.

Sterling silver sauce boat, tri footed and crimped borders marked 1925, Birmingham, S*D approx 139g, 16 cm long

A pair of silver sauce boats, each angular in form with an integral underplate, approximately 720 gms, 12 cm high, 18 cm total width

A small George II sterling silver sauce boat, mid 18th century, London, with rubbed date mark and partial maker's marks, the compressed circular boat with serpentine rims and a flying scroll handle, raised on three hoof feet with tiered mounts, hallmar

Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Acorn' servers, with Jensen sterling 'Acanthus' sauce ladles, the servers marked George Jensen sterling Denmark, the ladles marked Gj Ltd 925 sterling Denmark, (4)

A collection of Australian silver 'Wildflower' serving sets by Linton, comprising, pair of salad servers, cake slice, two pairs of sauce and condiment ladles, butter knife and a serving spoon, (9)

An impressive pair of George II sterling silver oval fluted sauceboats by William Reynolds, London, 1759 each with shell feet, gadrooned rims and contemporary engraved crests, 20 cm diameter, 960 grams

A fine pair of George lll oval silver sauce tureens, Thomas Robins, London, 1811, (2), each with stepped partially domed cover with cast shell, scroll and foliage handle and stepped lobed borders, the tureens each with gadroon rim and a shell to each compa

Two sterling silver sauce boats, 1938 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Ernest W Haywood. 1945 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall, the sauce boats of typical form with scalloped rims, one with a flying scroll handle, the other of ea

A George III sterling silver sauce boat, 1770 London, with unregistered maker's mark Id with pellet (unidentified by Grimwade), of typical boat form with a serpentine rim, a flying ‘s' form handle with acanthus embellishment, and raised upon

Two sterling silver sauce boats, 1913 Birmingham, with maker's mark for A&J Zimmerman, 1947 Canada, with maker's mark for Birks (Henry Birks & Sons), with serpentine rims, one with an ear form handle, the other with a flying scroll handle w

Two Georgian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1808 London, with makers' marks for Crossley & Smith; and 1817 London, with makers' marks for William Eley and William Fearn, in Old English pattern, one with threaded edges and having oval bowls; hall

Two Georgian and one Victorian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1832 London, with maker's mark for Ab Savory; 1819 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Adams II, and 1846 London, with maker's mark Ga for Chawner & Co, in fiddle pattern, two w

A pair of sterling silver sauce boats, 1915 Birmingham, with maker's marks for J.B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, the pedestal boats of typical form with elegant 'C' style handles and threaded spreading bases; hallmarked to upper body of each, silv

A Continental silver gravy boat with an Integral tray, modern era, marked .800, of typical styling with a lobed body and conforming tray, and having a 'C' scroll handle; marked underside, silver weight 169gr height 9 cm. Length 16.5 cm. Width 11.5

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 George III silver gravy boat, London 1774. Shaped with gadrooned rim and fluted scroll handle, raised on three shell and scroll feet from shell mounts on the paw feet, with armorial crest, 19.5 cm long, 270gm

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