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GEORGE-II-STERLING-SILVER-CAULDRON-SALT-CELLARS-London-1749-EDWARD-WOOD-01-it

GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLARS London 1729 EDWARD WOOD. GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLARS London 1749 EDWARD WOOD. Dimensions: 61mm in diameter. Weight: 86.2g / 2.77 troy oz. Wear commensurate with age and use. There is tarnishing to the interiors and the marks are heavily rubbed. Marks: Bears the makers mark ..

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George-Sharp-Coin-Silver-Salt-Cellars-for-Shreve-Stanwood-Co-a-Pair-01-dvlz

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 ..

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George-III-Open-Salts-Antique-Georgian-Regency-Pair-English-Sterling-Silver-01-xke

Pair of George III sterling silver open salts. Made by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard in London in 1809. Each: Rectilinear bowl with curved corners and flat rim; ends decorated with scallop shells and leaves; ribbed sides bisected with scallop shell; on inset trapezoidal support mounted to ribbed rectangular base supported by corner scroll-mounted paws. ..

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Pr-George-III-Silver-footed-Salt-Cellars-Dishes-LONDON-c1764-01-sxpy

Pr George III Silver footed Salt Cellars Dishes LONDON c1764. English Sterling Silver – pair of footed Salt Cellars / Dishes – London circa 1764 – total weight is 4.11 troy ozs. Marked: hallmarked with the leopards head crowned, lion passant, date letter “I” and the makers mark (see photos, some marks do have wear). ..

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GEORGE-III-STERLING-SILVER-Footed-SALT-CELLAR-London-1767-David-Robert-Hennell-01-kfxb

GEORGE III STERLING SILVER Footed SALT CELLAR London 1767 David & Robert Hennell. GEORGE III STERLING SILVER Footed SALT CELLAR. London 1767 David & Robert Hennell I. London 1767 David Hennell I & Robert Hennell I. Dimensions: approx 80mm long; 45mm tall. Eight (excluding glass): 2.27 troy oz (70.8g). Condition: Very good, considering age. Small ..

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George-II-silver-cauldron-salt-cellar-possibly-London-1749-01-yb

George II silver cauldron salt cellar, possibly London 1749 (that’s what silver experts told me). The item “George II silver cauldron salt cellar, possibly London 1749″ is in sale since Friday, February 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Salt & Pepper Cellars/Shakers”. The seller is “peace_maker0007″ and is located in Salisbury. This ..

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GEORGE-III-STERLING-SILVER-CAULDRON-SALT-CELLAR-London-1763-01-rm

GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLAR London 1763. Dimensions: 74mm in diameter. Weight: 60.5g / 1.94 troy oz. Wear commensurate with age and use. Marks: Bears the makers mark IW? And full London hallmarks. Notes: A lovely salt cellar. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – ..

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George-Gebelein-Arts-and-Crafts-Hammered-Sterling-Silver-Bowl-4-01-kz

Sterling bowl with a small rim dent, scratches inside, marked on bottom. Weight is 116 grams, 4 across, light tarnish, has not been polished. USA only 30 day return. The item “George Gebelein Arts and Crafts Hammered Sterling Silver Bowl 4″ is in sale since Tuesday, December 4, 2018. This item is in the category ..

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George-Sharp-Open-Salts-Pair-Ram-Feet-Sterling-Silver-1860s-Mono-FSL-01-tg

George Sharp Open Salts Pair Ram Feet Sterling Silver 1860s Mono FSL. Antique American sterling silver pair of round form open salts, having 3 figural ram feet. Body is decorated with applied top border in Greek Key pattern and bright cut engravings on the sides. Under the bottom, there is an engraved intricate monogram “FSL”. ..

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George-III-Silver-pr-Salt-Cellars-Dishes-JOHN-MUNS-London-c1764-01-dio

George III Silver pr Salt Cellars Dishes JOHN MUNS London c1764. English Sterling Silver – pr Salt Cellars / Dishes by John Muns of London circa 1764 – total weight is 2.37 troy ozs. Marked: hallmarked with the makers mark I. M, lion passant, leopard’s head crowned, date letter “i”. Measurements: 2 5/8″ in width ..

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