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SAUCE BOATS - SAUCE TUREENS

Sauce Boats were first introduced to England in the reign of King George 1 and originally double lipped. By 1725 the single lip style was common on a single collet foot and by 1740 most were on 3 feet. These were used for cold sauces but now the larger sauce boats are frequently used for gravy.
We have a large stock of sauceboats from Antique to Contemporary design and various sizes and prices to suit all pockets. Not all are illustrated on our website, so if you don't see what you are looking for, please contact us.
GEORGE III Silver SAUCE BOAT 1763
London 1763

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Height: 5 cm
Length: 14 cm
£ 395.00
Large Pair Silver SAUCE BOATS
Sheffield 1972

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 23 cm
Weight: 736 g

£ 795.00
Silver SAUCEBOAT 1936
London 1936

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Goldsmith and Silversmiths Co Ltd

Length: 15 cm
£ 175.00
STUART DEVLIN Silver SAUCE BOAT on STAND
London 1977

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Diameter : 10 cm (sauce boat)
Height: 7 cm (top of  handle)
£ 695.00
x BRYONY KNOX Silver FISH SAUCE BOAT
Edinburgh 2008

Fully hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 19 cm
£ 450.00