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An extremely rare early George II 'Double Lipped' Sauce Boat made in London in 1729 by Thomas Teale.


This very rare piece stands on a cast spreading oval foot decorated with reeding. The baluster shaped body rises to a shaped, cast and applied, rim. Each end displays a sparrow beak pouring spout, with pendant drop below. Each side displays a scroll handle with hoof moulding at the top and oval moulding below. The base displays an excellent set of hallmarks and is engraved with the contemporary initial W. The Sauceboat is of a very good weight and colour. This piece represents an early example of an English Sauceboat, as they were only introduced a few years earlier during the George I period.

Length: 7.45 inches, 18.63cm.

Width, across handles: 6.9 inches, 17.25cm.

Height: 3.9 inches: 9.75cm

Weight: 15oz.