Sauce Boats


A stylish Sauceboat

R.E. Stone.
A Sauceboat and ladle, London 1955 and 1956. Engraved with a seeded rose.
Dimensions: Sauceboat 9.7 cm high, 15.5the cm long, 10.4 cm wide. Ladle 13.2 cm long, 5.6 cm wide....    Read more

Maker: ROBERT EDGAR STONE (worked 1929-1990)


A wealthy solicitor's Sauce Boats.

A pair of fluted Sauce Boats with applied leaf decoration, London 1839, Robert Garrard.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT GARRARD II, LONDON (worked 1818-1881)


A pair of George III Sauce Boats.

A pair of George III small Sauce Boats with chased bead rims and hoof feet, London 1781, maker's mark BM', possibly for Benjamin Mordecai [also known as Mountige].

Mordecai was, howev...    Read more

Maker: BENJAMIN MORDECAI (worked from c.1770)


A Sauceboat by Harman of New Bond Street.

A single Sauce boat, London 1925, J.S. Harman, struck also with the retailer's name under the collet foot 'Harman, 177, New Bond Street, W London.'    Read more

Maker: HARMAN & CO (worked from c.1920)


A pair of large George III Sauceboats

A pair of George III large Sauceboats, John Houle, London 1813.    Read more

Maker: JOHN HOULE (worked from 1811)