1106 - An unusual Bow sauceboat c 1762-7
Although many aspects of this sauceboat are familiar it is in fact the only example of its kind I have ever seen. The handle and interior decoration are familiar Bow features but the unfooted base with acanthus moulding are less so. 20 cms long.
Condition is good but there is staining to the foot and on the edge of the rim where the glaze has worn.
Illustrated in my book, British Porcelain Sauceboats of the 18th Century, Fig. 124.