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The surface of each piece is plain and unembellished, featuring a subtly convex upper portion and shaped rim.
The sauceboats are fitted with opposing scroll handles with a plain scrolling thumbpiece.
The underside of each provincial sauceboat has the original crude finish; this was typical of Georgian silverware crafted for regular use.
These exceptional antique silver sauce boats were made by the renowned Newcastle silversmith Isaac Cookson; this silversmith crafted items with quality and gauge excepted of a London silversmith.
Early pairs of sauceboats crafted by Isaac Cookson are rare and increasingly difficult to locate.
Length from back of handle to tip of lip 21.1cm/8.3"
14.2 troy ounces/441g
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Full hallmarks struck to the underside of each sauceboat are all very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Georgian silverware.
Origin: Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
|Height||9.90 cm||(3.90 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear