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GEORGIAN SOLID SILVER SALT CELLAR London 1804. Lovely pierced design with its blue glass liner. The piece is hallmarked sterling silver, London 1804 with the makers mark being un readible. Measures approx 82mm in in length and 57mm tall. The salt is in used condition with a light patina, there are some signs that it ..

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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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Here is a wonderful pair of antique English Sterling Georgian master salt cellars by Alice and George Burrows in London in 1809. The salts are approx. 3.5″ long by 2.75″ wide and approx. The pieces together weigh approx. 5.14 troy oz. The pieces are in good used condition and are monogrammed on one side and ..

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For sale very fine quality ENGLISH STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT / SALT CELLAR WITH STERLING SILVER SPOON. Made in BIRMINGHAM, 1912. Original cobalt blue glass liner. Size: 2″ diameter, 2 1/2″ high. Weighs around 56 grams with spoon. Perfect for your collection or dinner table. View my other auctions for more fine quality antiques. World ..

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ANTIQUE GEORGE III SILVER SALTS. A pair of late 18th-century (1788) English solid sterling silver salt cellars. The body beautifully embossed with foliate scrolls and roses. Each stands on three hoofed feet. Matching hallmarks on both the dishes. They are free from personal inscriptions or monograms. A handsome pair of genuine George III, 229 year ..

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ANTIQUE GEORGIAN RARE SET OF STERLING SILVER MATCHING FAMILY CREST SALT SPOONS MADE BY SOLOMON HOUGHMAN IN 1795. I HAVE NEVER SEEN A MATCHING SET OF SALTS WITH THE SAME HALLMARKS AND FAMILY CREST BEFORE. THESE ARE ALL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APART FROM ONE NOT HAVING THE GOLD WASH LEFT BUT ALL THE OTHERS HAVE ..

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ANTIQUE GEORGIAN VERY RARE STERLING SILVER PAIR OF HOOF FOOTED GOLD WASHED SALT CELLARS MADE BY FATHER AND SON SILVERSMITHS OF LONDON IN 1759 ROBERT AND DAVID HENNELL THE 1ST. THESE ARE QUITE RARE AS THEY ARE FROM THE 1700’S ABD ARE IN VERY GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION WITH NO DENTS BUT THE GOLD WASH IS ..

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