Sauce-boats, cream-boats,cream pails, baskets and pap-boats

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A bright-cut papboat, London 1790, initialled {SH}.
Price: £575.00
Silver cream-boat A punch-beaded cream-boat on 3 pad feet with fly-away handle by George Greenhill Jones, London 1744.
Price: £540.00
A beaded sauce-boat on 3 pad feet with fluted caps by John Delmester? London 1772 initialled {S} over {IE}.
Price: £495.00
antique silver sauceboat A small sauce-boat with punch-beaded border and fly-away handle on 3 hoof feet by Edward Read, London 1767 initialled {AG}.
Price: £480.00
Antique Silver papboat
A pap-boat with gadrooned border and floral cast handle by Joseph Angell, London 1823 initialled {RJN} within a garter.
Price: £435.00

A reeded pap boat, by George McHattie Edinburgh 1809, engraved "Benjamin Bell" (for the father of the original Sherlock Holmes).
Price:                                                                                                      Benjamin Bell (1810-1883) was a surgeon, and a grandson of the first Benjamin Bell who founded a dynasty of Edinburgh surgeons and is considered to be the father of the Edinburgh School of Surgery. The son of the second Benjamin Bell- John Bell (1837-1911) was also a surgeon and taught Sir Arthur Conan Doyle when he was a young medical student. He was the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes.

A weighty sauce boat, Richard Comyns London 1930.
Price: £350.00
A gadrooned pap-boat by the Barnard Brothers, London 1838 with small {D} punched under lip.
Price: £295.00
A Danish papboat by Soren Christian Bonde of Rudkobing and Svendborg (active 1805 - 1818) (maker's mark only).
Price: £295.00
Antique papboat A plain pap-boat with punch-beaded border probably by William Chatterton, London 1771, initialled {BAT}, (minor original splits in beading).
Price: £285.00