A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SAUCEBOAT, LONDON 1898 CHARLES STUART HARRIS, after the George II / III model, the body of fluted shell form with undulating rim with applied scroll work on a shaped pedestal foot with a gadrooned rim, the cast and applied handle formed as a glissant serpent.
Fully marked to front.
Provenance: From a private riverside residence.
Length – 17 cm / 6.75 inches
Weight – 310 grams / 9.97 ozt
For a sauceboat of near identical form, engraved with a crest underneath the lip, marked for London 1746 by Woodward [SIC Charles Wright] sold Christie’s South Kensington, 16 June 2005, Lot 804 (£1,200 incl. premium)
A pair of sauceboats of this exact form marked for 1768 with an obscured makers mark was sold Dreweatts, 15 June 2020, Lot 5
Sold for £238
Includes Buyer's Premium