Antiques, Fine Art & Collectibles. Vintage Sterling Silver Master Salt Cellar English 17th C Replica Inscribed Pot. DESCRIPTION Stunning silver replica master salt cellar from the Irwin Untermyer collection gifted to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in the late 1960’s. Originally produced in 1662 possibly by Christopher Shaw this is a replica of one of 12 originals made as gifts. The clover shaped open salt pot is inscribed on the inside and the bottom and the sides of the pot bear Heames armorial crests. Inscribed inside: 12 of these the guift of James Heames twice warden 1662 Inscribed underneath: James Heames His Guift Inscribed sides: Armorial Crest This would make a great addition to your vintage table service decor or sterling collection. This would make a great birthday gift idea. MEASUREMENTS Salt cellar measures 4″ long by 1″ tall by 3.5 wide and weighs 100g. CONDITION In good solid condition and ready to use with no damage (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description). Yesteryear Essentials is a local, independent family run antiques store in Los Angeles, CA. It was established in 2011 by me (Pearse) and my wife (Sinead). Whether you are looking to enhance your home decor or are an avid collector, we try to have something wonderful in stock for everyone. See our other items. The item “Vintage Sterling Silver Master Salt Cellar English 17th C Replica Inscribed Pot” is in sale since Saturday, January 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “pearsefee” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Age: Post-1940