GEORGE II SILVER SAUCEBOAT, FULLER WHITE, 1746-47; AND A SILVER TAPERSTICK, WILLIAM GOULD, 1749-50, BOTH LONDON.
Sold: $1,080 ($900)
The first with scalloped rim edge, leaf-capped handle and on shell supports; the second engraved with the initials “DSM” beneath the base, each marked beneath the base. Together with a silver trencher salt, marked “LS.” 11 oz. total. Height of first 5 ⅛ inches. (3)
Provenance: The sauceboat, Marshall Field & Co., Chicago.