Antique Fine Georgian Pair Solid Silver Salt Cellars Robert Hennell 1783. The liners have been replaced but neither are correct (both to small) so could do with being replaced. Silver Weight: 80.5g. Hallmark: RH (the H on both is worn away but the shape and design looks correct for Robert Hennell) Lion Leopards Head h. ..
Antique 1758 David Hennell I Georgian Solid Silver Pair Of Salt Cellars 4cm High. Rim Diameter: 6cm approx. Total Combined Weight: 119g. Hallmark: David Hennell I, 1758, London. Condition: please view photos carefully for condition (feet dented into main salt, dings, dents and scratches etc). Any questions please feel free to ask. The item “Antique ..
Georgian Footed Salt Cellars Set Samuel Meriton Sterling Silver 1793. English George III sterling silver set of 4 salt cellars, having oval form with applied beaded top rim and four figural feet, accented with shell elements. Made by Samuel Meriton II, London, 1793. These handsome cellars are 3 1/4″ long, 2 1/2″ wide and 1 ..
They bear a full sets of hallmarks to the underside: one is stamped with Waters’s maker’s mark registered in 1769, and the other a mark that is given as “unidentified” in Grimwade (3692, 3693 & 3694) but is likely to be a mark used by Waters (who commenced work in 1737) prior to 1769 (and ..
Offered for sale is a set of four 200-year-old George III sterling silver salt cellars by Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard dating from 1818. The set is not monogrammed. They have regency lion paw feet with rosettes and scrolls. The border is edged with cast decoration. The interiors are parcel gilt. Each salt measures 3-1/2 ..
A pair of large magnificent early 19th-century c. 1820 English Regency solid sterling silver salt cellars. Squat melon shape body. Each standing on three Shell and Scroll feet. The rim has lovely leaf and rose border. Original gilding to the interior. These are heavy Georgian silver salts, they have a combined silver weight of 8 ..
WONDERFUL RARE PAIR GEORGE II 18TH CENTURY DAVID HENNELL. SOLID SILVER OPEN COULDRON SALTS. We are pleased to be able to offer these exemplary pieces of fine 18th Century Silverware: Solid Silver open salts. This is an Extremely Rare fine quality Pair George II , 18th century Solid Silver Open Couldron Salts, crafted i believe ..
Set of four Georgian period salt cellars. London date mark 1762. Maker’s mark Charles Hougham. 2-1/2″ diameter by 1-1/4″ height. Overall very good condition. Minor dings to interior of bowls. We are tested long-time members of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA). Our listings are described in good faith and to the best of our ..
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 ..
Antique Georgian 1770 Stephen Adams Solid Silver Pair Of Salt Cellars 3.5cm High. Height: 3.5cm approx. Rim Diameter: 6cm approx. Total Combined Weight: 85.2g. Hallmark: Stephen Adams, 1770, London. Condition: please view photos carefully for condition (splits, dings and wear etc). Any questions please feel free to ask. The item “Antique Georgian 1770 Stephen Adams ..