SET 4 GEORGE V CASED STERLING SILVER SALT CELLARS & SPOONS Chester 1914 Hutton. SET 4 GEORGE V CASED STERLING SILVER SALT CELLARS. & SPOONS Chester 1914 Hutton. Chester 1914 William Hutton & Sons; spoons Birmingham 1914 WH&S except for one replacement with the marks for Birmingham 1909. Approx dimensions: salt cellars 60mm diameter; spoons ..
Set of 2 George III English Sterling Silver Mater Salts with Gold Wash Interior and Armorial Crest Hallmarked RH for Robert Hennell date marked 1791-2. Presented is a great set of 2 George III salt Neo-classic salt bowl with a gold washed interior, high arched handles and a raised octagonal rectangular base with a great ..
It is heavy and weighs approximately 4.55 ounces. It has the hallmarks as shown in several photos. This item was puchased in Boston many years ago. This amazing sterling silver master sale is over 360 years old and is in very good condition, as seen in the photos. Please review all listing photographs carefully as ..
Pair of George II Sterling Silver Salt Cellars. These matching salt cellars are made from sterling silver. They are of plain, cauldron form and each stands on 3 hoof feet. They come with blue glass liners which, judging from the thickness, are probably original. Both are hallmarked for London 1746 with the makers mark of ..
GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLARS London 1729 EDWARD WOOD. GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALT CELLARS London 1749 EDWARD WOOD. Dimensions: 61mm in diameter. Weight: 86.2g / 2.77 troy oz. Wear commensurate with age and use. There is tarnishing to the interiors and the marks are heavily rubbed. Marks: Bears the makers mark ..
A pair of coin silver tripod salt cellars executed and marked by George Sharp of Philadelphia for the firm of Shreve, Stanwood & Company, a predecessor of today’s Shreve, Crump & Low and a collateral ancestor of Shreve & Co. The round cellars are highly characteristic of Sharp’s work, in that they are decorated with ..
Pair of George III sterling silver open salts. Made by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard in London in 1809. Each: Rectilinear bowl with curved corners and flat rim; ends decorated with scallop shells and leaves; ribbed sides bisected with scallop shell; on inset trapezoidal support mounted to ribbed rectangular base supported by corner scroll-mounted paws. ..
Pr George III Silver footed Salt Cellars Dishes LONDON c1764. English Sterling Silver – pair of footed Salt Cellars / Dishes – London circa 1764 – total weight is 4.11 troy ozs. Marked: hallmarked with the leopards head crowned, lion passant, date letter “I” and the makers mark (see photos, some marks do have wear). ..
GEORGE III STERLING SILVER Footed SALT CELLAR London 1767 David & Robert Hennell. GEORGE III STERLING SILVER Footed SALT CELLAR. London 1767 David & Robert Hennell I. London 1767 David Hennell I & Robert Hennell I. Dimensions: approx 80mm long; 45mm tall. Eight (excluding glass): 2.27 troy oz (70.8g). Condition: Very good, considering age. Small ..
George II silver cauldron salt cellar, possibly London 1749 (that’s what silver experts told me). The item “George II silver cauldron salt cellar, possibly London 1749″ is in sale since Friday, February 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Salt & Pepper Cellars/Shakers”. The seller is “peace_maker0007″ and is located in Salisbury. This ..