William Sudell, London, 1767




Of usual oval form with shaped rim raised on three trefid feet,

leaf-capped C-scroll handle;

monogrammed to the body with a script 'L'


Note :

Silver “creamboats” are a smaller version of the sauceboat.

Although not rare, neither are they abundant. 

During the past few years, they have in fact been rather scarce. 

In addition, most of these have feet or legs pushed in and rim damage. 

It has been difficult to find one in good order. 

Sometimes these smaller size boats are found listed as "butterboats".



Condition : Excellent; marks slightly rubbed; without splits, dents or repairs; feet not pushed into body


2.8 oz.


  2.75” High x 4.75” Long


pRICE : Please Inquire 










Please also see :




  George III Silver Creamboat

Pair George III Silver Sauceboats,

William Grundy

Derby Molded Creamboat

Bow Footed Sauceboat

  Worcester Dolphin Ewer

Pair George II Silver Sauceboats





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George III Silver Creamboatk William Sudell, London, 1787 


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