Superb pair armorial & crested George III silver sauce/gravy boats London 1814 William Bennett

GBP 2,350.00

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Object Description

This excellent quality pair of armorial and crested George III silver sauce or gravy boats were made in London in 1814 by William Bennett and measure 8 3/8 inches handle to spout by almost 4.75 inches wide and stand 5 inches to the thumb piece. The cast, double scrolled handles have acanthus leaf thumb pieces, the top border is gadrooned and the three cast legs have shell terminal where they attach the the body and stepped feet. They have a large coat of arms to one side with the motto INDIGNANTE INVIDIA FLOREBIT JUSTUS in a banner below and to the other they have a crest of a serpent between 3 swords. They are fully and clearly hallmarked underneath and are in excellent condition weighing 37 ounces or 1155 grams.

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