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NORWEGIAN NORWAY DAVID-ANDERSEN 8 BOXED SALT CELLAR SPOONS 925S ENAMEL-GOLD WASH. 8 David Andersen gold wash Guilloche enamel sterling silver salt cellar spoons. The hammer and tongs mark is for David Andersen of Christiana (now Oslo, as of 1906), Norway. This mark was in use from about 1888 to 1925. These spoons come enclosed in ..

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On offer is a rare Norwegian sterling silver enamel condiment set. Enameled in Russian style, consisting of a mustard pot and two open cellars, each on three spherical feet, with two spoons. All pieces are champlevé enameled and designed by Gustav Gaudernack for David Andersen. All five pieces are hallmarked for Norwegian 925 S silver ..

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Both are stamped –Sterling. The salt cellar is signed David SM Allende. Spoon is 2 3/8. Cellar is 2 3/8 wide. See all pictures for best description. The item “Sterling silver Navajo turquoise Thunderbird spoon & David Allende salt cellar” is in sale since Thursday, December 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling ..

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On offer is a rare Norwegian sterling silver enamel condiment set. Enameled in Russian style, consisting of a mustard pot and two open cellars, each on three spherical feet, with two spoons. All pieces are champlevé enameled and designed by Gustav Gaudernack for David Andersen. All five pieces are hallmarked for Norwegian 925 S silver ..

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Great matched set of (4) 1767 London – David Hennell I & Robert Hennell I sterling silver Georgian footed salt cellars. They are all clearly marked (2) have the “L” 1766 mark and (2) have the “m” 1767 date mark. The salts measures approx. 1 1/2″ tall x 2 3/4″ in diameter and the set ..

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A Matched Set of 4 Georgian Sterling Silver Salt Cellars. Of Circular Form with Beaded Rim on 3 Hoof Feet. Made in London in 1764/1774, during the reign of King George III. These Georgian Silver Salt Cellars are in the classic circular form on 3 cast hoof feet. And are nicely decorated with repoussed and ..

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Pair of 1759 1760 David Hennell I Sterling Silver Salt Cellars. Thick heavy gauge Silver. Weight is 322 grams combined. Please refer to photo’s for a better description and condition. There have been a couple of repairs and area(s) where silver is worn through (these are nearly 260 years old). Condition is commensurate with age. ..

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Antique English George Jackson & David Fullerton 2 sterling silver open salt cellars with box , spoons sterling but. Not made by George Jackson & David Fullerton, i just added so can be used. Salt cellar measures approximate 2″x 1.25″. Total weight of sterling 38.5gr. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS FOR CONDITION AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. PAYMENTS ..

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LONDON Sterling Silver MASTER SALT with Cobalt Glass Liner – DAVID HENNELL, I and ROBERT HENNELL, I in 1764. Cobalt Glass Liner has polished pontil, but does not quite fit. Appears to have remnants of some sort of Crest, but very faint and hard to photograph (see closeup). In GREAT Condition – AS SEEN IN ..

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Condition: Needs polishing; a little damage to top of beak as shown. Approx 4 3/4 in height. The item “Vintage David Andersen Sterling Silver Penguin Salt Shaker/Cellar/Cruet” is in sale since Wednesday, December 28, 2016. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Salt & Pepper Cellars/Shakers”. The seller is “postscript1″ and is located in London. ..

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