London, South Kensington
28 - 29 November 2006
A GEORGE II SILVER SAUCEBOAT,
MARK OF FULLER WHITE, LONDON, 1753,
On three shell, ball & claw feet, with leaf-capped scroll handle, wavy rim & engraved crest used by the families of Benwell, Burghley & Mashiter, 7¼ in. long (18.5 cm.), 9 oz.
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