10 June 2008
THE PROPERTY OF AN IRISH PRIVATE COLLECTION
A PAIR OF GEORGE II IRISH SILVER SAUCEBOATS
DUBLIN, CIRCA 1750, MAKER'S MARK IW
Oval, each on three shell and paw feet capped with lion's masks, the sides chased with foliage and flowers, heightened on one side with fish and on the other with a cow, with a leaf-capped handle, marked underneath
9 in. (22.8 cm.) long
30 oz. (933 gr.) (2)
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