They bear a full sets of hallmarks to the underside: one is stamped with Waters’s maker’s mark registered in 1769, and the other a mark that is given as “unidentified” in Grimwade (3692, 3693 & 3694) but is likely to be a mark used by Waters (who commenced work in 1737) prior to 1769 (and ..
This beautiful salt remains in excellent antique condition with age-appropriate wear and bears wedding initials G over SC to one side. Dress up your table! Diameter: 2 5/8in (6.8cm). Height: 1 1/2in (3.8cm). Weight: 2.44 troy oz (76g). Riam rrrn A43 11169 11209. The item “- JAMES ROBINSON STERLING SILVER FOOTED CAULDRON SALT CELLAR NEW ..