Inspired by unique metal sauce bowls used on formal tables during the colonial era, our covered sauce bowls are elegant in both function and form. Our round bowl is cast and hand-finished with a polished sheen. A finial of an exquisitely detailed female pheasant stands atop her nest on the lid adding unique Vagabond House style as a figural handle. The bowl is sparely tooled in classic style cast with a slight indent curve near the top and a round stacked ring base. The cover ensures that your sauce will stay fresh and the conductive properties of pewter ensure that a cool sauce will be cool and a warm one will stay warm for your entire meal.
Pewter is easy to care for and never needs polished. For pieces that contact foods, clean them in warm soapy water and dry with a soft cloth. If you feel they need an occasional polish to maintain that ?show room finish? use a quality polish. When it comes to polishing, practice on the back or bottom of a piece to perfect your technique and see if you like the results.