Description: Pair John Vaughan George IV London sterling silver open salt cellars, 1823. Hand chased foliate scroll designs to the front central field. The verso has a rubbed engraved monogram of “FPD from FW” John Vaughan silver hallmarks to the base. 5.75″ x 2.25″ x 3.75 height. Condition: Very good condition. Light surface marks with ..
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO READ CONDITION. PAIR OF VINTAGE ITALIAN 800 SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS. WITH ORIGINAL COBALT BLUE LINERS. ONE BOWL IS ATTACHED TO SILVER FIGURINE OF A FOX. AND THE OTHER TO A SWAN. MARKED ON THE BOTTOM–SEE LAST PHOTOS. EACH CELLAR (SILVER ONLY) MEASURES 1.8 cm. HIGH AND 4.8 cm. BOTH CELLARS ..
This is an extremely attractive pair of antique English silver salts. They are hallmarked Colen Cheshire, Chester 1898. They are a good weight, 135g combined without the liners in. They are heavily embossed with floral decoration. There is a Cartouche on each engraved with the letter E. They have their original blue glass liners and ..
Pair of STERLING Swan Salts GERMANY. This pair of swan salts vary slightly. The one salt with the plain glass bottom with two compartments is marked Sterling Sil. Germany with part of a name. The other salt with etched glass bottom is marked 835 with two hard to see hallmarks. The wings open and close. ..
Early Pair of George II Silver Trencher Salts by James Smith I – London, 1731. Fully Hallmarked Heavy Silver. A rare and early pair of heavy sterling silver trencher salt cellars, made in 1731 by well-known London silversmith, James Smith I. Both salts are fully hallmarked on the bottom with stamped marks for: the maker ..
Japanese Silver Mixed Metals Salts. A pair of Japanese antique silver and mixed metals salts in the shape of barrels. Delicate intricate applied mixed metals including butterflies, berries and plants. Marked on the base. Height 2 1/4 to the handle. Total weight 2.55 troy oz. Silverperfect under the trade name Britannia was established in 1979. ..
LARGE & HEAVY GEORGIAN SILVER SALTS. A pair of magnificent early 19th-century c. 1820 English Regency solid sterling silver large salt cellars. Beautiful melon shape body with floral rim. Each raised on three Shell and Scroll feet. Original gilding to the interior. Very heavy Georgian antique silver salts. They have a combined weight of 8 ..
Each Measures: 2 1/4” diameter by 1 5/8” tall approx. They have a name engraved on the front. The item “Pair of Antique Silverplated Open Salts with Gargoyles” is in sale since Wednesday, April 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Silverplate\Other Antique Silverplate”. The seller is “patricia4″ and is located in Newburgh, New ..
Sterling mid 1800’s Master Salts with Spoons. Ball Black & Co, Broadway, NY. Has provenance, case, 950 silver, dates to around 1855. Belonged to Mary Emma Duffield (initials MED on spoons); will provide rest of provenance upon request. Ball Black became Ball Black & Frost in 1874. Sterling: stamped 950 inside the base. Ornate Lion ..
Pair Gorham American Coin Silver Figural Open Salts Circa 1860. Pair of ovular open salts with flanking dove and olive branch-form handles joined by a die-rolled border, cinched waist, raised on a ovular foot. Faded monogram on fronts possibly P or D. Made by Gorham, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1860. Measures 2-1/4 x 4-1/2 x ..