No holiday feast is complete without a gravy boat for that savory sauce or dessert topping. Our antique ironstone gravy boat is especially worthy for your farmhouse table, nestled between the mashed potatoes and roast turkey.
A humble servant with gentle crazing, you'll reach for this old beauty time and again. Pass the potatoes, please.
Marked Burgess & Goddard Royal Patent Ironstone, is was manufactured between 1840 and 1890. Burgess & Goddard were importers active in the 1870s and 1880s, represented firms such as John Edwards, Wedgewood and South Bridgwood & Son in the United States.
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- ONE antique ironstone gravy boat from the mid 1800s (as shown)
In very good condition considering age and use. Overall surface wear with crazing, tea stained darkened areas, marks, scuffs, minor scratches present. No cracks, chips or repairs noted. Large size, heavy and solid. Marked on the bottom Burgess & Goddard Royal Patent Ironstone dating it to the mid 1800s.
- Materials: Irostone
- Color: cream, light brown, black
- Dimensions: 10" L x 3.25" W x 5.5" H