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2-William-Spratling-Signed-Salt-Cellar-Good-Condition-1-5-8-Diam-Round-Base-01-krt

Two (2) William Spratling Signed Salt Cellar Silver. Please take a look at our photos. 1 5/8 Diameter Base. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “art_collectible” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States. Brand: William Spratling Pattern: Round With Square ..

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William-Spratling-Sterling-Silver-Pair-of-Salt-Cellars-With-Spraying-Spoons-1963-01-fal

Eing offered is a fine pair of circa 1960 sterling silver salt dishes by William Spratling, of Taxco, Mexico, round silver incised salt dishes on a shaped silver base. Salt spoons are included. Dimensions: bowls 1 inch tall by 1. 4 inches diameter across top rim; spoons are 2 3/4 inches long. Marked as illustrated ..

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1912-William-Aitken-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Shaker-Chinoiserie-Pagoda-Cobalt-Glass-01-du

Offered here is a rare antique Victorian fine sterling silver highly collectible shat/pepper pot. British William Aitken Birmingham 1912 novelty salt shaker figurative far-east Pagoda building. Marked with company sterling silver trade mark and registered patent R 601780. It is excellent preserved with original glass inset in cobalt blue. Only the glass insert cup with ..

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William-Spratling-Sterling-Silver-Pedestal-Salt-Cellars-withHector-Aguilar-Spoons-01-tx

Being offered are a pair of circa 1950 sterling silver salt cellars by William Spratling of Taxco, Mexico; entirely handwrought, bulbous form on a pedestal base; included are two salt spoons made by Hector Aguilar. Dimensions 1 1/8″ tall x 1 7/8″ diameter. Total weight 3.5 oz. Marked as illustrated in photo. Please MAXIMIZE each ..

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William-Spratling-Sterling-Silver-Spiral-Master-Salt-Cellars-01-fogx

Visit Lauren Stanley Silver for the best. American and Mexican silver. Being offered is a fine pair of circa 1955 sterling silver condiment or master salt cellars by William Spratling, of Taxco, Mexico, the cellars with a long everted lip atop spirals of silver. Pair of salt spoons are included. Dimensions: bowls 2 inches tall ..

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William-Spratling-Sterling-Silver-Handwrought-Salt-Cellars-withAguilar-Spoons-01-manz

To view our other MAGNIFICENT SILVER items. Visit Lauren Stanley Silver for the best American and Mexican silver at 249 E. Being offered are a pair of circa 1958 sterling silver salt cellars by William Spratling of Taxco, Mexico; entirely handwrought, bulbous form on a wide pedestal base; included are two salt spoons made by ..

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William-Spratling-Mexican-Pair-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Cellars-Wood-Spoons-01-zaw

William Spratling pair vintage Mexican sterling silver salt cellars. Comes with the original Spratling spoons with wood handles. Spratling sterling hallmarks on all pieces. Spoons measure 2 5/8 inches long. Salt cellars top diameter measures 1.75 inches and 1 1/8 inches tall. Total weight is 54.4 grams. The item “William Spratling Mexican Pair Sterling Silver ..

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William-Spratling-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Dishes-with-Spoons-01-avy

Visit Lauren Stanley Silver for the best. American and Mexican silver. Being offered are a fine pair of circa 1965 sterling silver salt dishes by William Spratling, of Taxco, Mexico, boat shaped silver salt dishes with applied ball silver buttons and balls, resting on footed rims. Includes a pair of salt spoons. Dimensions: 1 3/8 ..

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William-Spratling-Set-of-4-Hand-Wrought-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Cellars-01-fkjv

William Spratling sterling silver Salt Cellars with spoons. Cellars are 1 1/2 diameter. And 1″ high on base of 1 3/8′”square. Salt spoons are 2 in length an unmarked and possibly. Each cellar weighs 1 oz and each spoon. Marks on underside of cellars read SPRATLING SILVER in an oval and SPRATLING CO MADE IN ..

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To view our other MAGNIFICENT SILVER items. Visit Lauren Stanley Silver for the best. American and Mexican silver at. Telephone Stan for an appointment! Being offered is a pair of circa 1950 sterling silver salt cellars by William Spratling, of Taxco, Mexico, with a 2 5/8 inch diameter bowl on top of a rosewood pedenstal. ..

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