An oval silver sauce boat,    Sheffield 1911,  (9)
Lot 160
An oval silver sauce boat, Sheffield 1911, (9)
Sold for £162 (US$ 278) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
An oval silver sauce boat,
Sheffield 1911,
With fluted border; another oval silver sauce boat, Birmingham 1933; two small sauce ladles, a salt spoon, a pair of sugar tongs, a plated jug and a electroplated cream jug and sugar bowl. (9)
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