All items and photos are the express property of Antiques & Uncommon Treasure. No reproduction without prior written consent. We’ll be sending out sale notices and special deals to our’Favorites’ customers. Rare to find singles in these 200+ year old sterling treasures, much less a comprehensive matching set like you see here! The set consists ..
A pair of Tiffany antique sterling silver open salts with three applied bamboo legs with leaves. Satin finished and gold washed interior. Circa 1880 with the large letter M. Height 1 7/8′; diameter 2 1/4. Total weight 4.05 troy oz. Very good condition with one small impression from a foot inside one of the bowls, ..
Up for sale is this Stunning Birks Sterling and Crystal Open Salt. Crystal Based Swan with Sterling Swing Wings and Head. Wings are delicate filigree with floral arrangement. Wings are marked: Birks Sterling, Made in W Germany. Measures 5″ long x 5″ high x 3 at widest. Crystal in good condition, with no chips or ..
Description: 6pc Watson Sterling Silver Footed Open Salt Cellars, c1940. Hallmarked for Watson, marked sterling & numbered 5067. 2″ Diameter, 1.25″ Height. Condition: Very Good Condition w/ surface marks consistent with some use and wear. Light scratches and light oxidation to the silver. Two salts have slight bends to the upper rims. (This item is ..
A silver basket-form master salt cellar with swing handle. It was made in Moscow, Russia in 1814 and has full clear hallmarks on the base. The swing handle needs a very minor repair to stiffen the handle on one side of the inside of the basket. It measures 6cm in diameter and 6cm to the ..
This is an antique, Georgian, 950 sterling silver (hallmarked) master salt dish with a removable, cobalt blue glass liner that has a silver rim. The design features three winged Isis goddesses against a reticulated edge. The top of the salt cellar has an engraved design. The cobalt blue liner has a silver rim. The salt ..
Beautiful antique salt cellar. One mark is an I L over H L. Then the lion facing left. Then the date mark, then the duty mark, The sovereign head of queen Victoria. Im not an expert, but after studying all the marks I believe it dates 1840. There is also a mark on the leg, ..