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20th Century Silver Sauce Boats

The name ‘sauce boat’ is derived from the Old French ‘sausse’ for sauce, and ‘boat’ relates to the shape of the vessel. Sauce boats may also be referred to as gravy boats. They have evolved in shape and design over the years and sauce boats still remain a very popular addition to the dining table.

Italian Silver Buccellati Serving Dish

$600.00

Buccellati of Italy is the most renowned silver maker globally, offering the highest quality of silver workmanship. Famed for gold jewelry and silver pieces since the mid-18th century, Buccellati is still producing wonderful examples of silver. This family business has skilled artisans that are considered …

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English Silver Sauce Boat

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A very handsome English Silver Sauce Boat in a Georgian style with a plain body and a gadroon border. It has a wonderful acanthus detailed flying scroll C handle and is set on three shell feet. This English Silver Sauce Boat has the hallmarks located …

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A collection of Father's Day Antiques

We hope that everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day Holiday and are starting to enjoy the beginning of Summer. As we go from the month of May into June, we realize that Father's Day is fast approaching. We have selected a variety of exciting gifts that we think any Man would love to receive! Therefore, we are going to begin this week's Announcement with the theme of alcohol - always a good way to begin.

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