Vintage Georg Jensen Acorn Sterling Salt Cellar & Spoon with Beautiful Cobalt Blue Enamel Interior. The item “Georg Jensen Acorn Sterling Salt Cellar & Spoon withCobalt Blue Enamel Interior” is in sale since Friday, September 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Flatware & Silverware”. The seller is “rueblu” and is located ..
For your consideration is a set of silver 835 salt cellar depicting and rooster and a hen. They are in good vintage/used condition; the reticulated wings work properly. Please note that the hen has a small chip and a nick on the front edge of glass a little bit hard to see. We know how ..
RARE ANTIQUE FRENCH STERLING SILVER & VERMEIL PAIR OF SALT CELLARS & SPOONS. Dear collectors, Noblesse-Collection is pleased to propose you this elegant pair of salt cellars. 1890s and signed by the prestigious Parisian. Silversmith of the 2nd half of the 19th century Emile PUIFORCAT. Decorated with the Art Nouveau Mimosa. Pattern numbered 4044 in ..
Welcome to William Sharpe Antiques. Here today for your consideration we have this wonderful Art Deco sterling silver and cut glass open salt cellar with matching spoon, made by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd of London, c-1936 (and 1941 for the spoon). This handsome piece stands atop four claw feet having an oval cauldron shape ..
Listing is for one but I have a pair if a matching set is desired. Awesome French sterling silver footed salt with a lion head on each side amidst other victorian motifs including a garland of laurel leaves and, greek key designs, and ribbons. The salt has a glass crystal insert (please see condition notes ..
Sterling silver open salt with wild boar handles to the ends. It measures 4″ x 1 7/8″ and stands 1.75. Total weight of 77 grams. Monograms of CBP to one side and CC to the other side. The item “Sterling Silver Wild Boar Handle Open Salt Cellar 82591″ is in sale since Tuesday, March 23, ..
A pair of coin silver tripod salt cellars executed and marked by George Sharp of Philadelphia for the firm of Shreve, Stanwood & Company, a predecessor of today’s Shreve, Crump & Low and a collateral ancestor of Shreve & Co. The round cellars are highly characteristic of Sharp’s work, in that they are decorated with ..