10 June 2008
THE PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN COLLECTOR
A SET OF FOUR FRENCH SILVER SAUCEBOATS, STAND AND LINERS
MARK OF BOIN-TABURET, PARIS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH
The shaped oval stands with ribbon tied reeded rims, the double-lipped sauceboats with foliage and ribbon tied reed and cat tail bifurcated handles, with conforming liner, the stands each engraved with a cypher, the stands each marked underneath and on rim, the sauceboats each marked on foot and near rim, and the liners each marked underneath and near rim, each piece further stamped 'BOIN-TABURET A PARIS'
11 in. (28 cm.) long
206 oz. (6,400 gr.) (4)
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