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American Silver Plate Sauce Boat with Underplate

  • Connecticut, circa 1960 by Chadwick
  • Dimensions: Stand - 8 7/8 inches length Sauce Boat - 5 1/2 inches to top of handle, 8 inches length from handle to spout

The first silver sauce boat was created as a complimentary piece to dinner services beginning in the early 1700s. This was the first time that gravy had a place at the table. Sauce boats come in many shapes and designs and they can include a pouring lip at each end, one handle and one pouring lip, while others reside on a stand.

Elevate your dining experience with our American Silver Plate Sauce Boat with Stand. One of the attributes of this piece is that it does have a stand – it certainly helps keep the table cloth clean. Our sauce boat adds refinement and elegance to any meal with its simple thread edge design which resonates on the border of each piece.

Sauce Boats can be a welcome addition to any household. Although we think of sauce boats as being used only during the holidays, they can and should be used on a regular basis at any meal.

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