THREE IRISH SILVER SAUCEBOATS AND THREE CREAM JUGS
Various makers and dates
The three sauceboats each oval on three pad feet with scroll handles, the first William Reynolds, Dublin, circa 1765; the second James Warner, Dublin, circa 1795; the third Dublin, 1971-72, maker's mark WE; the first cream jug of shaped oval-form with bands of lightly engraved foliage with angular loop handle marked Robert Breading, Dublin, 1809-10; the second of urn form on oval spreading foot, with lightly engraved classical foliate design, the loop handle applied with a twisted rod, marked Carden Terry and Jane Williams, Cork, circa 1810; the last rectangular on four paw feet, the body lightly engraved with gadroon rim, marked Jason Le Bass, Dublin, 1816-17.
The largest cream jug 6½in. (16.3cm.) high; total weight 35oz. (6)