Pair of Silver Sauceboats by John & Peter Targee Circa 1809-14

Pair of Silver Sauceboats by John & Peter Targee Circa 1809-14

$6,500.00

Pair of early American silver sauceboats
John and Peter Targee, New York, NY circa 1809-14
Length 8″
24 oz 10 dwt.

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These oval shaped antique silver sauce boats have 3 paw feet with shell joints. The sides of the sauceboats are decorated with flowers and scrolls, with one side displaying a coat of arms. This coat of arms represents the Schermerhorn family, and is a tree over an animal (presumed to be a beaver) within a shield and topped with a crown. The handles are un upward c-shape with scrolls on each end. Found on the underside of both sauceboats are the marks of John & Peter Targee. Next to their hallmark “I & P T” are their pseudo hallmarks that often include a ship with a sail or the letter P.

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