18th Century Blue And White Pearlware Sauce Boat Pair Queens Blue Pattern Circa 1790 AF
This wonderful pair of pearlware blue and white sauceboats (gravy boats) was produced in England during the late 18th century, circa 1790. Both sauceboats are decorated in the “Queens Blue” pattern with a feathered rim. We particularly like the molded leaf handles. It’s remarkable that these sauceboats have remained as a pair through their 200 year plus history. This is the perfect item for anyone who collects early English 18th century pottery and porcelain.
Measuring: 6.75” (17 cm) by 3 1/8” (8 cm). Height 4 2/8” (11 cm).
Condition: One of the sauce boats has a chip to the spout, one chip to the interior rim and a shallow chip to the top of the handle. The remaining sauce boat has a small shallow chip to the base and a chip to the interior rim. There is a curved hairline running from the chip to the rim and some natural crazing to the glaze on the base which is to be expected with a piece of this age. Both items have some very minor little nibbles to the exterior.
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