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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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SOLID SILVER OPEN SALT. A Georgian silver two handled open salt with tapering handles joining to a spreading oval base, with engraved lion crest. Robert Hennell I, London 1789. Minor surface wear, one very small little dink. Length inc handles 13.5 cm x Width 6.0 cm x Height 8.2 cm. 87 grams/ 3.06 ounces. CHECK ..

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ANTIQUE GEORGIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS. This is a pair of 18th-century (1788) English George III solid sterling silver salt cellars. The body beautifully embossed with foliate scrolls and roses. Each stands on three hoofed feet. They are free from personal inscriptions or monograms. Matching hallmarks on both the dishes. London, STERLING fineness 92.5%. DIMENSION : ..

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CARTIER GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SALT CELLAR W/ COBALT BLUE GLASS LINER ENGLAND. This is a Georgian style sterling silver salt cellar from Cartier. It measures 2 1/4″ long x 1 5/8″ wide x 1 high. It has a cobalt blue glass liner in the classic style. The sterling silver is free of ding, dents or ..

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ANTIQUE GEORGIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS. This is a pair of 18th-century (1788) English George III solid sterling silver salt cellars. The body beautifully embossed with foliate scrolls and roses. Each stands on three hoofed feet. They are free from personal inscriptions or monograms. Matching hallmarks on both the dishes. London, STERLING fineness 92.5%. DIMENSION : ..

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Stunning GEORGIAN MATTHEW BOULTON OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE PAIR SALT CELLARS c1800. Stunning GEORGIAN MATTHEW BOULTON OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE PAIR SALT CELLARS c1800 Materials: Old Sheffield Plate. Marks for Matthew Boulton. A little copper bleed. Some small dings, dents and surface scratches. Some spots of tarnish that will come off with a polish. Gilding in great ..

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Approximately 3 1/2″ across, 2 1/8″ tall and weighs about 5.2 ozt. The touch marks are very hard to make out. I think the duty mark is either King George III or IV. The makers mark is not complete, so I do not know the maker. The condition is very good, with wear and tarnish ..

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This is an antique, Georgian, 950 sterling silver (hallmarked) master salt dish with a removable, cobalt blue glass liner that has a silver rim. The design features three winged Isis goddesses against a reticulated edge. The top of the salt cellar has an engraved design. The cobalt blue liner has a silver rim. The salt ..

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Superb set of four Georgian sterling silver salts, fully hallmarked for London 1782. This is a very fine quality set of four silver salts made in the reign of King George III by the important maker, John Wakelin and William Taylor in London 1782. The salts are oval in shape with rolled top rims above ..

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