An Exceptional Pair of George III Silver Sauce Boats London 1771, William Skeen
An Exceptional Pair of George III Silver Sauce Boats London 1771
A very good pair of large size late 18th century silver sauce boats of typical form. With leaf capped scroll handles and gadrooned rims. Standing on a shaped pedestal foot with gadrooned edge. Both pieces are crested to one side with a dragon wielding a sword emerging from a tower.
Marked to the body for London 1771 by William Skeen.
These are a very fine pair in first class order of unusually good weight and size in absolutely original condition with no signs of damage or repairs. Wonderful colour and patina.
Length: 22cm or 8.6 inches
Height: 14cm or 5.5 inches
Weight: 923 g or 38 ounces or 34.6 ounces Troy.