Sterling London (1782) Georgian oval footed sauce tureens (PAIR). Made by top reputed makers of the time. David Smith and Robert Sharp (the very year they split from the 3rd partner). Perfect proportion on a small pedestal. Two separate etchings, Deerhead and Shield Coat of Arms of Nobility of her Gracious Majesty.Hallmark is struck on the narrow lip of the base and under the lids. Looped handles with Acanthus leafs for attachment. Cut lids for fitted gravy ladles. Of the two ladles with (no monos) nicely compliment the Tureens. Made by Ann and Peter Bateman (1798). Weight: 44.75 Troy ounces (together). Within 48 hours of your receipt of the merchandise. Thank you for looking and good luck. The item "Sterling London (1782) Georgian oval sauce tureens(PAIR) with Bateman sauce ladles" is in sale since Wednesday, September 2, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (. The seller is "leonce_antiques" and is located in Westport, Connecticut.
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