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Antique-Chester-Solid-Sterling-Silver-Hallmarked-Cruet-Salt-Cellar-Container-Pot-01-tzf

Thank you for viewing my item(s) for sale. Please contact me with any questions you may have, I will try to reply straight away. Photographs say more than any words can so please take a look at ALL of them. All items can be posted QUICKLY anywhere in the UK (MOST FREE OF CHARGE). Items ..

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Gorgeous-Antique-Chester-Sterling-Silver-Swan-Salt-Cellar-With-Liner-C-1908-01-aznt

It weighs approximately 38-40 grams. It is 1 5/8″ high to the top of the neck, body length 2 1/8″, and the wing span 1 1/4. The following are the touch marks: British import mark from 1904, Chester assay offices, standard mark 925, date letter H for 1908, sponsor’s mark. There is also BM for ..

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SALT-CELLAR-PEPPER-POT-MUSTARD-POT-PAW-FEET-CHESTER-PLATE-ENGLAND-c-1940-S-01-idn

Here we have a wonderful little silverplate condiment set made by Poston, Chester England consisting of an open salt cellar with cobalt liner, pepper pot, and sauce or mustard pot with hinged cover and spoon. Each piece features gadrooned rim accented by shells and palmettes with each piece resting on Queen legs ending in paw ..

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Pair-of-Antique-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Cellars-Chester-1898-Blue-Liners-01-rge

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 ..

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Sterling Silver Salt Cellars – 4 – Walker & Hall – Chester – 1907. Stunning Set Never To Be Seen Again by Walker & Hall. The business was established in Sheffield in 1845 by George Walker. Becoming an assistant of Dr. John Wright who had conducted important experiments on electroplating. Walker secured the royalty of ..

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Pretty pair of Victorian Chester Hallmarked salts in a seashell design, with a matching pair of petite salt spoons. Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank). Condition : a single minute corner rubbed through on each dish (see pics) otherwise very good overall condition. Lightly cleaned leaving patina – would brighten up further if ..

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Cased Set of Victorian Solid Silver Shell Salt Cellars & Spoons 1896 Chester. Pair of shell salt cellars with scalloped salt spoons. Matching hallmarks on all pieces for Florence Warden, Chester 1896. Some light surface marks. Spoons 55mm long (sizes are approximate). The total weight of ยท925 sterling silver is 19g. The total weight of ..

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