Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this wonderful pair of Georgian solid silver pedestal sauce boats made by London silversmith William Collins in 1774.The pair features a timeless and classic Georgian design of the plain, unembellished body with a gadrooned border on the top and feet of the pedestal.
Furthermore, a cast-silver handle of an elegant form is present with a minimal yet accenting engraved top thumbpiece of a foliate design.
In addition to other silverware, the pair makes for an excellent display of the fine Georgian craftsmanship.
The pair is fully hallmarked on the lip with English marks - some wear is present due to its age (246 years old).
An example of how one may wish to display/use a collection of fine Georgian Silverware.
- Size (mm) L:190mm W:92mm H:135mm
- Size (inches) L:7.48 W:3.62 H:5.31
- Weight: 321, 323 grams (total: 644g) (22.7 oz)
Great Condition - The sauce boats are in great antique condition with no damage or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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