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Pair of Sterling Silver Sauceboats, London 1742

Heading : Pair of silver sauce boats, London 1742
Date : Hallmarked in London in 1742. Makers marks are rubbed, however possibly Samuel Laundy
Period : George II
Origin : London, England

Decoration :
Size :  Height 9.6cm, length 17.1cm, width 9.1cm
Condition : Age related wear
Restoration : None
Weight :  443 grams combined ( 14.25 Ozt)

A near pair of mid eighteenth century London made silver sauceboats. Both with hallmarks to base. The elegant C scroll handles with foliate thumb rest lead to a scallop edged body standing on three paw feet.  Both carry an engraved crest of the Walmsley family, a griffin's head above the motto 'En Dieu Est Mon Esperance' (In God is my hope).

 

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  • Product Code: 2019111328
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  • £875.00


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