Ritz Sauce Boat

This small silver-plated sauce boat is sized just right for an individual serving of sauce or dressing. It has scalloped edges, a scrolled handle, and cast feet. Beside The Ritz being engraved on one side, sauce boat is unadorned. 6.5l x 3.375D x 3.25T. From England.Historical BackgroundFounded by Cesar Ritz in 1906, the Ritz Hotel on Piccadilly was the first major steel-framed structure in London. Built to resemble a Parisian block of flats with a neoclassical interior, the five-star Ritz had a tremendous impact on the direction of the luxury hotel industry. The hotel restaurant's ceilings were even specially reinforced to handle the weight of the numerous chandeliers. This fine silver-plated piece was once used in a restaurant in the hotel.

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Serving Utensils  
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