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 ..
GEORGE II STERLING SILVER Footed SALT CELLAR London David Mowden 1755? GEORGE II STERLING SILVER Footed SALT CELLAR. Full hallmarks for London David Mowden 1755? Dimensions: approx 65mm diameter; 40mm tall. Eight combined: 1.94 troy oz (60.6g). Condition: Good, considering age. Numerous dings, dents and surface scratches. Light tarnishing that will polish off. Some wear ..
Set 4 GEORGE III OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE Footed SALT CELLARS Regency Period c1815. Marks: small workmans mark underneath. Some small dings, dents and surface scratches. Areas of tarnishing that will polish off. Wear commensurate with age. Please see photos, if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask. Notes: Lovely set of ..
George III Silver Basket Dish Salt Cellar PETER & WILLIAM BATEMAN London c1806. English Sterling Silver – Basket / Salt Cellar / Dish – weighs 3.34 troy ozs. Gadroon borders with a draped ribbon and bow decoration / pattern. Marked: hallmarked with the makers mark PB WB, lion passant, leopard’s head crowned, date letter “L”, ..
Georgian Sterling Silver Salt Cellar. This elegant salt cellar is made from sterling silver. It is of boat form with two looped handles and it stands on an oval pedestal foot. The edges of the cellar, foot and handles are decorated with reeding and, to the front, is an armorial crest depicting a leg in ..
GEORGE III OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE STYLE GILDED SALT CELLARS 19TH CENTURY. Period: Victorian / 19th Century. Materials: Silver plate with parcel gilt bowls. Dimensions: 110mm wide x 95mm long x 36mm tall. The gilding is worn and scratched in places exposing copper. There is a little rubbing to the silver in places exposing copper too. ..
By immediately checking the silver weight of these salts, you will see that they are much heavier than similar cauldron salts of this period. David Hennell was the founder of the Hennell dynasty ot London Silversmiths. His first mark was 1736, making these salts early. The firm continued producing high quality silverware well into the ..
An elegant standing circular salt, made in London in 1810 by William Elliot. Standing on 4 foliate feet, this salt has a wide lip highly decorated with shells and lions head and the bowl is gold washed standing 2 inches high, 4 inches wide and weighs 8 ounces. In perfect condition, this beauty has clear ..
GEORGE II STERLING SILVER SALT DIPS CELLARS 1756 HALLMARKED D. THIS LOVELY PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY STERLING SILVER SALT CELLARS OR DIPS JUST CAME FROM A LOCAL ESTATE. THIS RARE SET IS MARKED WITH AN’A’ DATE MARK THAT I IDENTIFIED AS 1756 AND A HALLMARK D. (I THINK) INSIDE A RECTANGLE. THE SIZE IS 2.50″ ..
A George lll sterling silver salt cellar. Of rounded rectangular form. With applied acanthus leaf motifs. Raised on four bun feet. Hallmarked; Sheffield 1812 (Recency era Period 1811..1820) Maker’s mark for ; S C Younge & Co. Registered 1811…1831 Net weight of the silver; 105 grams Dimensions; Height 50 mm Rim 105 x 72 mm ..