Sauceboats were used to hold gravy and other pourable sauces at the well-appointed table in 18th-century Europe. This example was made at the renowned porcelain factory in Derby and seems proud to show off its bright colors of flower bouquets and sprigs in many shades. It is seven inches long and in very good condition, with the tips of two leaves expertly repaired and one rim chip near the spout that doesn’t show on the outside (please see the photo). One tiny unrepaired leaf tip chip is shown.


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ITEM ID
C302
TYPE
Pottery
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

Derby Sauceboat Decorated with Flowers C.1775.

$845

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