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All solid silver pieces are made by renowned Norwegian Silversmiths Theodor Olsens, based in Bergen since 1868. All are of great quality and are in superb condition. The Dragestil Horns are beautifully engraved. Their height is around 6cm. They are hallmarked to the rear of each foot with the words “Sterling, Norway” and with the ..

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The blue liner is glass, t he clear liner is plastic. Size: Each cellar is about 8.5 cm x 3.5 cm x 4.3 cm. Please see all photos. The item “THEODOR OLSENS Sterling Silver Viking Ship Salt & Pepper Cellars Norway Vintage” is in sale since Saturday, March 2, 2019. This item is in the ..

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Tiffany & Co sterling silver Garden salt and pepper set, including a watering can pepper shaker, flower pot salt cellar with mini shovel scoop. This is a lovely Tiffany & Co. Sterling set with gold wash inside both the salt cellar and the pepper shaker, and on the bowl of the shovel. Perfect gift for ..

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THIS SALE IS FOR 5 SETS OF STERLING SILVER OPEN SALTS W/ LINERS & 5 PEPPER SHAKERS. THREE SETS ARE FISHER SILVER MAKERS 1 SET IS FRANK WHITING & 1 SET HALL MARKED STERLING. EACH WITH ORIGINAL BLUE GLASS LINERS. ALL SOLID STERLING SILVER, NONE ARE WEIGHTED. TOTAL SILVER WEIGHT ESTIMATED 18. INVEST IN SILVER ..

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It also has the original blue glass insert and sterling silver spoon. It is marked STERLING 925S NORWAY with the maker’s mark for Theodor Olsen. To complete the set, there is a sterling silver drinking horn pepper shaker. The entire set is in excellent condition. Ours is a smoke/pet-free home. Items will be bubble wrapped ..

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All solid silver pieces are made by renowned Norwegian Silversmiths Theodor Olsens, based in Bergen since 1868. All are of great quality and are in superb condition. The Dragestil Horns are beautifully engraved. Their height is around 6cm. They are hallmarked to the rear of each foot with the words “Sterling, Norway” and with the ..

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A very good quality rare Japanese silver salt cellar and pepper pot cruet. They are hallmarked STERLING and dates to c1920. They have been designed as a traditional style thatched house with the base being the salt cellar and the roof being the pepper pot. They are in super condition being free from dings splits ..

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