Ceramic Sauce Boats

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Whether you’re keen to source an antique ceramic sauceboat for your private collection, or are simply looking for a way to enhance your dinner service, then Online Galleries will help you in your search. Our online community includes a pool of over 300 specialist stockists and antique dealers, bringing you a choice of high quality ceramic tableware pieces, including a selection of antique sauce boats, sauce tureens and jugs.Our online ceramic sauceboat category is updated on a daily basis, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for immediately, then why not check back on a regular basis for the latest offerings from our member dealers. And if your keyword search doesn’t return any desired results, then our system will offer suggested member dealers that may be able to help you with your pursuit for the perfect ceramic sauce boat or sauce tureen.If you’ve found the perfect ceramic sauceboat for your collection and wish to proceed with a purchase, or make further enquiries, then simply use the contact details or website link provided alongside your desired sauceboat feature.

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English pottery prattware fox-swan sauce boat late 18th century
A fine Prattware pottery Fox-Swan zoomorphic sauce boat modelled in the form of a fox's head joined to a swan with the neck serving as the handle. ...
John Howard
Porcelain Sauce Boat, Circa 1930
Porcelain in the shade of ecru, decorated with a wavy texture ornamentation and bunches of small flowers. The edges of the vessel are gilded. The ...
Antique Beauty Sp. z o.o.
Nanking Chinese Shipwreck Porcelain Cargo Sauce Boats c1750
A fine pair of "silver shaped" sauceboats. A silver sauce boat would have been sent from Europe to China with instructions to reproduce it in porce...
Roger Bradbury Antiques
Two English pottery prattware dolphin figure sauce boats. Antique period early 1...
English pottery dolphin shaped sauce boats decorated in relief with pratt colours. Strong decorative amusing appeal with functionality.
John Howard
Antique English Porcelain Lowestoft Chelsea Ewer Creamboat, Circa 1770.
The Antique Lowestoft porcelain cream boat, of a shape known at other factories as a low Chelsea Ewer, has a scalloped raised rim and is moulded wi...
Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.