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2-1950s-Vintage-Russian-Soviet-Ornate-Melchior-Salt-Cellars-Holder-Glass-I-OMMET-01-soad

2 1950s Vintage Russian Soviet Ornate Melchior Salt Cellars Holder Glass I-OMMET. Each measures 2 1/8 in diameter x 1 3/8 high and weighs 2 oz. Both are in excellent preowned condition. The item “2 1950s Vintage Russian Soviet Ornate Melchior Salt Cellars Holder Glass I-OMMET” is in sale since Friday, February 12, 2021. This ..

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Beautiful-Antique-Empire-European-Sterling-Silver-Cobalt-Glass-Salt-Cellar-01-xmg

Beautiful Antique Empire European Sterling Silver & Cobalt Glass Salt Cellar. This stunning piece was masterfully hand made in the first half of the 19th Century probably in Central Europe and features detailed swan figurines on a round base carrying an intricately worked round frame that contains the cobalt blue glass bowl. Measures 2 3/4″ ..

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Antique-Art-Deco-1936-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Cellar-Spoon-Dish-Blue-Glass-Liner-01-dhg

Welcome to William Sharpe Antiques. Here today for your consideration we have this wonderful Art Deco sterling silver and cut glass open salt cellar with matching spoon, made by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd of London, c-1936 (and 1941 for the spoon). This handsome piece stands atop four claw feet having an oval cauldron shape ..

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Antique-1900-German-Solid-Silver-Pair-of-Salt-Cellars-Dishes-Glass-Liners-Lot-01-lsx

Welcome to William Sharpe Antiques. Here today for your consideration we have this superb pair of Edwardian solid silver salt cellars having clear glass liners, as produced by Binder Wilhelm of Germany, c-1900. These cellars have been made using 800 grade silver, and each retains much of the original gilding to the interior of the ..

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Vintage-Brodrene-Lohne-830s-Silver-Salt-Cellar-Viking-Ship-Glass-Insert-Spoon-01-xixq

Of a design inspired by the Norwegian Dragestil movement of the early 1900’s. Vibrant gilding on the inside. Complete with the original Glass Liner and very hard to find matching spoon. Hallmarked 830s – the old standard of Norwegian Silver – and with the Maker’s Mark of Norwegian Silversmiths Brodrene Lohne – established in Bergen ..

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Antique-Sterling-Silver-Cobalt-Blue-Glass-Salt-Cellars-With-Spoon-01-neb

Antique Sterling Silver Cobalt Blue Glass Salt Cellars With Spoon. The cellars are smooth sterling bowls with three scalloped feet. The pair is hall marked and marked Sterling on the bottoms. The glass insert is easily removed from one of the cellars but has not been removed from the other because we didnt want to ..

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Vtg-c1800-Pair-of-Georgian-Solid-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Cellars-Glass-Liner-206g-01-la

Vintage c1800 Pair of Georgian Antique English Solid Sterling Silver Salts 206g. A stunning pair of large oval shaped sterling silver salt cellars with cobalt blue glass liners in good condition with minor age related wear that does not detract from its overall presentation or use. The hallmarks are rubbed though you can make out ..

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Lanson-Ltd-English-Sterling-Silver-Paw-Footed-Condiment-Set-Cobalt-Glass-Inserts-01-hv

LANSON LTD ENGLISH STERLING SILVER PAW FOOTED CONDIMENT SET COBALT GLASS INSERTS. Available for your consideration is this sterling silver boxed set of table condiment holders with cobalt blue glass inserts and paw feet. The set includes a pepper shaker, salt cellar, and covered mustard pot with accompanying little spoons. The set has proper cartouches ..

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English-Solid-Silver-Salt-Dish-Cruet-Cellar-Pot-w-Spoon-Bristol-Blue-Glass-01-ooi

Superb Vintage English Solid Sterling Silver Footed Open Salt Dish / Pot with Bristol Blue Glass Liner & Spoon. (the spoon is a later addition). Hallmark (Maker, Assay & Year): “SLD” (William Suckling Ltd), Birmingham, 1951. Size (Width x Depth x Height): 7 x 5 x 3.5 cm (handle included). Weight / Silver: 55.6 gr. ..

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Vintage-Brodrene-Lohne-830s-Silver-Salt-Cellar-Viking-Ship-Glass-Insert-Spoon-01-gudd

Of a design inspired by the Norwegian Dragestil movement of the early 1900’s. Vibrant gilding on the inside. Complete with the original Glass Liner and very hard to find matching spoon. Hallmarked 830s – the old standard of Norwegian Silver – and with the Maker’s Mark of Norwegian Silversmiths Brodrene Lohne – established in Bergen ..

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