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A fine, large antique master salt cellar with footed lions. Accented with scrolls and floral motifs. Well marked on the bottom with unknown (to me) hallmarks. Possibly coin or continental European 800 silver. Offered as silver plate. This salt cellar is very well made and solid. 3.5 wide, and weighs 205g. The item “Large Silver ..

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ENGLISH STERLING LION BOWLS (2) MASTER SALTS 1824 A fine set of 1824 British sterling lion form master salts. From the London shop of Emes & Barnard, the largest silver shop of the period. Raised cauldron petal rim form. Lion mask paw feet united by floral garland. The set 3 1/2 inches and together weigh ..

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A fine, large antique master salt cellar with footed lions. Accented with scrolls and floral motifs. Well marked on the bottom with unknown (to me) hallmarks. Possibly coin or continental European 800 silver. Offered as silver plate. This salt cellar is very well made and solid. 3.5 wide, and weighs 205g. In very good condition. ..

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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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Superb Georgian sterling silver salt cellar, fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1815. This is a fine quality silver master salt made in the reign of King George III by S C Younge & Co in Sheffield 1815. The salt has a flared top rim with chased gadrooned decoration and leaves and flowers. The body of the ..

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Gorham USA Coin Silver Lion’s Head Footed Salt Cellar Pair -1863. This is an early pair of salt cellars from Gorham of USA. Each features 3 claw feet with a lion’s head. Each are initialed W. ” and have “1863 under that. Both have Gorham’s impressed Lion Anchor G marks with Coin underneath. Both stand ..

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