Sterling Silver Fox Pepperette – Antique George V (1910). An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George V English cast sterling silver pepperette in the form of a fox; an addition to our animal related silverware collection. This exceptional antique George V cast sterling silver pepperette has been realistically modelled in the form of a fox. ..
GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLARS London 1729 EDWARD WOOD. GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLARS London 1749 EDWARD WOOD. Dimensions: 61mm in diameter. Weight: 86.2g / 2.77 troy oz. Wear commensurate with age and use. There is tarnishing to the interiors and the marks are heavily rubbed. Marks: Bears the makers mark ..
They called it 1792 i assume that is what the marks mean you be the judge. Gray shelf box 6. The item “Sterling Silver George III Salt London 1792 Charles Houghman” is in sale since Saturday, February 20, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Flatware & Silverware”. The seller is “michaedrenna-0″ and ..
A Georgian sterling silver, open cauldron salt cellars or open master salts, made in London in 1763. With reeded border around the rims. Raised on three hoofed feet with layered shoulders. Completed with the inner blue liner. Possibly family crest engraved in each one (picture). Hallmarks still readable and datable. Diameter 6.46cm (2.54 inch). Height ..
A pair of 18th-century (1786) George III sterling silver antique salt cellars and glass liners. They are in beautiful navette form, with pierced and Bright-cut decoration, beaded rim, each raised on 4 claw & ball feet. Hallmarked on the underside, both with matching Georgian hallmarks. HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925. MAKER William Abdy I. DIMENSION ..
BATEMAN FAMILY GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CRESTED SALT CELLAR London 1796. BATEMAN FAMILY GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CRESTED SALT CELLAR. London 1796 Peter & Ann Bateman. Dimensions: approx 110mm long; 60mm tall. Eight: 2.29 troy oz (77.1g). Condition: Good, considering age. Small dings and surface scratches. Spots of tarnishing that will polish off. The foot ..
A lovely pair of 18th Century solid silver open salt pots, on spread feet. The pots are oval shaped, with rope twist borders, and are sterling silver hallmarked for london 1772. Sadly the hallmarks are a little rubbed, and the maker’s mark is not readable. They weigh 147 grams combined, and the rim is 8.8 ..
A pair of coin silver tripod salt cellars executed and marked by George Sharp of Philadelphia for the firm of Shreve, Stanwood & Company, a predecessor of today’s Shreve, Crump & Low and a collateral ancestor of Shreve & Co. The round cellars are highly characteristic of Sharp’s work, in that they are decorated with ..
Pair of George III sterling silver open salts. Made by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard in London in 1809. Each: Rectilinear bowl with curved corners and flat rim; ends decorated with scallop shells and leaves; ribbed sides bisected with scallop shell; on inset trapezoidal support mounted to ribbed rectangular base supported by corner scroll-mounted paws. ..
Pair of Georgian Sterling Silver Salt Cellars. These impressive, heavy salt cellars are made from high gauge sterling silver and are presented with their original blue glass liners. They are of oval form on pedestal feet and are decorated in the neo-classical manner with the dishes having roped edges, pierced galleries, drapes, a rosette to ..