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Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727
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Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727 Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727 Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727 Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727 Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727

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argyle , sauce-boat

Pair of George II Double-Lipped Sauce Boats made in 1727

£8,500.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1727
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Richard Gines
STOCK CODE: W144x31

Item Description

A very rare pair of George II double-lipped sauce boats of oval form. The sauce boats have shaped moulded rims, twin tongue-capped double scroll handles and stand on stepped oval bases.
The sauce boats are engraved with the coat of arms of Lethbridge Baronets from 1804.
Dimensions: length 20 cm; weight 23.55 troy oz.


History

Provenance: the crests of LETHBRIDGE (modern) and LUTHBRIDGE (ancient) following the creation of John Lethbridge of Westway House, Piltdown, Devon, as a baronet on 15 June 1804. The baronetcy is still extant.


OFFERED BY: William Walter
London Silver Vaults,, 53-64 Chancery Lane,, London, WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom View map

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