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Gorgeous Pair Sterling Silver Boat shape Cherub / Putti Salts. Offered for sale estate fresh, is this fine pair of solid sterling silver boat shaped salts topped with a full featured putti. These fine salts offer superb detailing, casting and chasing work. They each measure approx. 3″ in length by 1 1/4″ in width and ..

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Very Fine Model of a Viking Long Boat, Dragon Boat, with excellent detail to the sides and base. I believe this is supposed to be a salt cellar, but does not have a glass liner. 9 Shields to either side of the body and fine Dragon faces to the ends. Marked 830 in the middle ..

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Norway sterling silver blue enamel Viking Boat Salt and spoon W/Mushroom Shaker. The item “Norway sterling silver blue enamel Viking Boat Salt and spoon WithMushroom Shaker” is in sale since Tuesday, August 24, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “brucerobin” and is located in Sunland, California. This ..

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Vintage sterling silver made in Norway salt cellar. Spoon is made in Russia and as far as I know it is made of melchior. The item “Theodor Olsens Norway White Enamel Sterling Silver Viking Boat Salt Cellar” is in sale since Wednesday, May 26, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Salt & Pepper ..

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Pair Of Antique Sterling Silver Boat Salt Cellars And Shell Salt Spoons Cased Matched Set. This is a matched set with the cellars by Miller Bros Birmingham 1897 & William Davenport Birmingham 1897 and the spoons by Corke Brothers London 1904. Seems to look well in the box although the salts dont sit all the ..

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Antique-1788-Georgian-Solid-Silver-Pair-Of-Boat-Salt-Cellars-William-Abdy-I-01-uu

Antique 1788 Georgian Solid Silver Pair Of Boat Salt Cellars William Abdy I. Rim Diameter: 10.5cm approx. Total Combined Weight: 137.7g. Hallmark: William Abdy I, 1788, London. Condition: please view photos carefully for condition (dents, dings, scratches and wear etc). Any questions please feel free to ask. The item “Antique 1788 Georgian Solid Silver Pair ..

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Norway-925-Sterling-Silver-Viking-Boat-Open-Salt-Cellar-With-Spoon-01-tc

Beautiful Norwegian Sterling Silver Viking Boat Open Salt Cellar with spoon and blue glass liner. The item “Norway 925 Sterling Silver Viking Boat Open Salt Cellar With Spoon” is in sale since Tuesday, February 2, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “kare62053″ and is located in Salinas, ..

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Norwegian Viking Boat Sterling Silver 925 Blue Enamel Crown Mark Theodor Olsens. Unique vintage salt dish in the form of a Norwegian Viking long boat a Sterling Silver 925 and Blue Enamel salt sign with Crown mark for Theodor Olsens. Inside of boat is gold in color. The over all measurement of this salt dish ..

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Pair Norwegian Sterling Silver Viking Boat Salt Cellars Signed David Andersen. Presented is a very finely crafted pair of early 1900’s sterling silver salt cellars in the form of two-headed dragon Viking ships made by the prestigious David-Andersen company of Oslow, Norway (founded in 1876). The underside of each piece bears the David-Andersen sterling silver ..

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Pair Norwegian Sterling Silver Viking Boat Salt Cellars Signed David Andersen. Presented is a very finely crafted pair of early 1900’s sterling silver salt cellars in the form of two-headed dragon Viking ships made by the prestigious David-Andersen company of Oslow, Norway (founded in 1876). The underside of each piece bears the David-Andersen sterling silver ..

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