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Vintage-Pair-Early-American-Repousse-Salt-Dishes-01-bo

EXCELLENT CONDITION/ 1 1/4 INCH TALL X 1 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER- TOTAL WEIGHT 55.9 GRAMS OF. 925 SILVER / 2 PIECES IN LOT. Contact our office for any questions you may have. Included in the item price or. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “antique-collectables” and is ..

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Vintage-American-Gorham-Sterling-Silver-Salt-Cellars-2-very-Ornate-01-sesp

MADE IN AMERICA BY GORHAM. Approximately 2 1/2″ x 1 1/8″. 68.6 grams total weight. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “myattic101″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, ..

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Antique-American-Gilded-Coin-Silver-Salt-Cellars-Gorham-c-1850-01-yfpe

The level of detail on these Gorham rams head salt cellars is excellent, as is the condition. Even the bottom of their hooves are accurately represented. They are about 3 inches wide and weigh 137 grams combined. These are very early Gorham pieces. The item “Antique American Gilded Coin Silver Salt Cellars, Gorham, c 1850″ ..

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OLD-Pawn-Native-American-Pueblo-Sterling-Silver-Hand-Made-Spoon-Salt-Cellar-01-wx

We are offering this very old Native American Pueblo collectable sterling silver salt cellar and spoon. These handmade pieces are not marked but guaranteed sterling. Cellar measures over 2″ and spoon is 1-1/8″. The total weight is 19.5 grams. Please look at all of the photos carefully because they show the condition of the items. ..

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BEAUTIFUL-AMERICAN-STERLING-SILVER-TABLE-SALT-CELLARS-SPOONS-c1910-ANTIQUE-01-njt

A beautiful pair of American solid sterling silver Art Nouveau table salt cellars and spoons. They are hallmarked STERLING along with the makers mark of Frank M Whiting & Co who was active from 1878 to 1940. I would date these to c1910. They have been beautifully designed having blue glass liners. They are superb ..

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American-Belleek-Lenox-China-Porcelain-GORGEOUS-SILVER-Overlay-Brown-Open-Salts-01-qbic

TWO American Belleek / Lenox China GORGEOUS SILVER Overlay Open Salt 1 1/4 tall. Condition is excellent with no chips or cracks. The item “American Belleek Lenox China Porcelain GORGEOUS SILVER Overlay Brown Open Salts” is in sale since Friday, April 16, 2021. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & ..

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Pair-American-REPOUSSE-Sterling-OPEN-SALTS-Fruit-Flowers-MANDARIN-Faces-01-kuer

Pair of Antique Sterling Salts by Hamilton & Diesinger. A pair of fine quality large repousse open salts by the American maker Hamilton & Diesinger of Philadelphia, PA, with cast applied feet with mandarin faces and chased fruit including pineapples as well as floral detail. Total weight: 8.35 troy oz. Each salt is monogrammed on ..

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Schofield-Salts-Peppers-Antique-Baltimore-Set-4-American-Sterling-Silver-01-ttc

Two pairs of open salts and pepper shakers. Made by Heer-Schofield in Baltimore, ca 1910. Each salt: Hemispheric bowl encircled with repousse floral garland. Each pepper: Baluster with pierced cover and dense floral repousse. All have three side-mounted scroll supports terminating in paw. Pretty turn-of-the-century pieces in historic regional style. Dimensions: Salt: H 1 1/4 ..

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Tiffany-Open-Salts-3403-Antique-Pair-American-Sterling-Silver-1873-91-01-yd

Pair of Victorian Modern sterling silver open salts. Made by Tiffany & Co. Each: Round with straight sides and 4 ball supports. Sides exterior have three rows of beading, suggestive of ball bearings. An unusual design with an industrial wang. Monogram engraved on underside. Fully marked including pre-1875 pattern no. S letter M (1873-91). Dimensions: ..

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Antique-Abolitionist-American-Coin-Silver-Salt-Cellar-Rev-H-G-Ludlow-1858-AAFA-01-pqd

Antique Abolitionist American Coin Silver Salt Cellar Rev. Rendered in fine American Coin silver, this ornate repousse cellar is engraved as follows: Rev H. Ludlow, Pokeepsie Sept, 10th, 1858. Throughout his career, Ludlow served at Spring Street Presbyterian Church in New York City and then the First Congregational Church of Oswego. While in NYC, his ..

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