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Rebecca-Emes-Edward-Barnard-London-Sterling-Silver-Open-Salt-Cellats-1810-01-qwte

Description: Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I Geroge III London sterling silver open salt cellars, 1810. Ribbed texture to the edge with hand chased shells to the corners. Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I sterling silver hallmarks to the side. 3.625 inches x 2.825 inches x 1.5 inches tall. Condition: Very good condition. Please view ..

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Edward-Wood-English-Georgian-Salt-Cellar-London-1737-Period-Crest-01-kadt

It bears a good set of hallmarks to the underside, including Wood’s maker’s mark registered in 1735 (his second mark). This attractive and useful item remains in very good antique condition with age-appropriate wear and bears a period heraldic crest of a stag’s head engraved to the sides. Width: 2 1/2in (6.3cm). Height: 1 1/2in ..

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Vintage-Tiffany-Sterling-Repousse-Master-Salt-Cellar-Gold-Wash-Edward-Moore-01-wzib

Vintage Tiffany Sterling Master Salt Cellar. Light Gold Wash Bowl. Hand Tooled Repousse Multi. Measures 2 1/4″ wide x 1 1/4″ high. Script Initial Engraved on Bottom. Very slight ding on bottom of bowl. Marked Tiffany & Co. “M” indicating directorship under Edward Moore (1873 1891). From a smoke free & pet free home! The ..

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Pair-of-Antique-Silver-Salt-Cellars-London-1888-Edward-Hutton-01-ehf

Pair of English antique sterling silver salt cellars on three feet with embossed decoration. Hallmarked from London in 1888 with the makers mark being that of Edward Hutton. In very nice order, one foot on one is not sitting perfectly flat but the salt is sitting without any wobble. Top rim diameter is 55mm, one ..

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2-Edward-Wood-English-Georgian-Salt-Cellars-London-1743-Period-Crest-01-jfq

They bear a clear set of hallmarks to the underside and a scratch weight of 4 = 3 1/2 Pr, indicating that this pair weighed 4 troy oz and 3 and a half pennyweights at the time of manufacture (approximately 130g). These attractive and useful items remain in very good antique condition with age-appropriate wear ..

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Edward John and Noble Hassler from London in the early 1900s. The item “Antique Pair London early 1900’s Sterling Silver Salt Cellars Lion Edward John” is in sale since Tuesday, October 2, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “bsatroop131″ and is located in Nottingham, Maryland. This item ..

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SUPERB LARGE CAST SILVER DONKEY TABLE SALT CELLAR LONDON 1977 EDWARD BARNARD. A superb solid silver donkey salt cellar. With London hallmarks for 1977 and makers initials EB for Edward Barnard. Height 13.7 cms approx. Length 18 cms approx. Weight 716 grams (23 troy ounces). Condition – Very good condition. Photos are a fair representation ..

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We are listing this very nice matching pair of 1758 monogrammed Georgian sterling silver salt cellars by the London silversmith Edward Jay. The salt cellars are almost 1.75 inches tall, 3 inches at their widest points, weigh a total of 4.6 ounces, are nicely gilded and monogrammed, have very nice beaded rims and hooved feet, ..

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STOCKWELL Sterling Silver FIGURAL SWAN SALT CELLARS Antique 1871 Lot. Three (3) antique figural Salt Cellars from London silversmith Edward H. Stockwell, with 1871 hallmark dates. We are pleased to present these three (3) figural Salt Cellars for your consideration. Shaped like Swans, the Salts were manufactured by London silversmith. And are fully hallmarked. They ..

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