Pair of circa 1900 silverplate pedestal sauce or gravy boats, “I F & Son, L, Made in England”, Classical Revival style, melon shaped bodies, gadrooned rim and base, tall leaf scrolled handles.
5.5” long, 4” tall, 2.75” wide.
Condition – excellent. 477h
- Possibly by Fattorini & Sons, The business was founded in Leeds by Antonio Fattorini. In 1831 he moved to Harrogate, Yorkshire. The firm changed to A. Fattorini & Sons opening a branch at Kirkgate, Bradford, Yorkshire. After the death of Antonio Fattorini the business was continued until 1859 by Maria Fattorini, Innocent Fattorini and John Fattorini. Afterwards the firm was managed by John and Edward Fattorini as Fattorini & Sons. The firm was converted into a limited liability company in 1909 as Fattorini & Sons Ltd.
Antique Silver Plate