NEWCASTLE.  A George III Sauceboat made in Newcastle in 1774 by John  Langlands I.
NEWCASTLE.  A George III Sauceboat made in Newcastle in 1774 by John  Langlands I.
NEWCASTLE.  A George III Sauceboat made in Newcastle in 1774 by John  Langlands I.
NEWCASTLE.  A George III Sauceboat made in Newcastle in 1774 by John  Langlands I.

NEWCASTLE. A George III Sauceboat made in Newcastle in 1774 by John Langlands I.

1774 Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£1,200 gbp
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The Sauceboat stands on three hoof feet which are attached to the main body with stylised shell mouldings. The elongated main body has a shaped rim and pronounced pouring spout. This piece is engraved on each side with a set of contemporary script initials. The Sauceboat has a scroll handle, decorated with leaf capping, and is very well marked on the base. The design of this piece, certainly has a Provincial feet to it.
Dimensions
Height 4.00 inch (10.16 cm)
Width 6.00 inch (15.24 cm)
Depth 3.25 inch (8.25 cm)
Weight 6.50oz t (202.15g)
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