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Vintage-English-Silverplate-Salt-Cellar-Mustard-Pot-withCobalt-Blue-Glass-Insert-01-fqdr

Vintage English Silverplate Salt Cellar & Mustard Pot Set w/Cobalt Blue Glass Insert, Made in England, Felled Silver Mounts, Lion Mask & Paw, 2 3/4″ x 2″ x 1 1/2″ High (Salt Cellar), 3 3/4″ including Handle x 2″ x 2 1/2″ High (Mustard Pot), Weight is 11 Oz. It is in very good condition-Please ..

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Sterling-Silver-Cellars-Salt-And-Mustard-Pot-Blue-Cobalt-Glass-British-Hallmark-01-ezfs

4 Sterling Silver Cellars Salt And 1 Mustard Pot with Spoon, Blue Cobalt Glass British Hallmark. 4 Cellars Salt, Circa 1896, Brand: John Round & Son, measurements: 1 1/2 High x 2 1/8 Diamenter. 1 Mustard Pot, Circa 1906, Brand: William Needham, measurements: 2 3/8″ High x 2″ diameter. 1 Spoon, Circa 1907, Brand: Alexander ..

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5-pc-1947-Brimingham-EWH-sterling-mustard-pot-salt-cellar-pepper-shaker-w-spoons-01-hdm

5 pieces 1947 Brimingham sterling condiment set, including a mustard pot with spoon, a salt cellar with spoon and a pepper shaker. The maker’s mark is E. All pieces are marked. All pieces are solid silver, no glass liner. The mustard pot is about 3.5″ long, 2.2″ wide, and 1.75 tall. The cellar is about ..

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Antique-sterling-silver-salt-cellar-mustard-pot-2-spoons-hallmarked-Birmingham-01-hdg

This is a Superb Set of antique sterling silversalt cellar and mustard pot with blue glass liners, salt spoon and mustardspoon that are each Hallmarked for Birmingham 1941; crafted by the prolific silversmiths”Lanson Ltd”. Condition : fine, with very slight signs of use, but no breaks or damage to the silver. Silver hallmarks inthe UK ..

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Antique-English-Sterling-Silver-Mustard-Pot-and-Salt-Cellar-Footed-01-sedi

English Sterling Silver, Mustard Pot and Salt Cellar set. All are hallmarked with (SL, anchor, lion, and letter). I can’t read last letter. These may be older. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “llamars” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United ..

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English-Sterling-Cobalt-Glass-Salt-Pepper-Mustard-Set-Octagonal-Birmingham-01-js

English Sterling & Cobalt Glass Salt Pepper & Mustard Set Octagonal Birmingham Henry Clifford Davis 1947 Very nice English sterling silver salt & mustard pot set with an octagonal motif. Hallmarks for Henry Clifford Davis, date letter 1947, working out of Birmingham. Only the mustard spoon has a date letter for 1946. 7.5 troy ounces ..

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Wang-Hing-Chinese-export-silver-salt-cellars-Mustard-Pots-C1880-Prunus-01-ral

Wang Hing Chinese export silver salt cellars. Original cobalt blue glass liners. Minor chips to liners. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Salt Cellars”. The seller is “*muzungu*” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States. Composition: Sterling Silver (.925) Type: Salt Cellars Style: Art Nouveau ..

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5-pc-1947-Brimingham-EWH-sterling-mustard-pot-salt-cellar-pepper-shaker-w-spoons-01-lo

5 pieces 1947 Brimingham sterling condiment set, including a mustard pot with spoon, a salt cellar with spoon and a pepper shaker. The maker’s mark is E. All pieces are marked. All pieces are solid silver, no glass liner. The mustard pot is about 3.5″ long, 2.2″ wide, and 1.75 tall. The cellar is about ..

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18th-Century-Pair-of-Sterling-Silver-Open-Salts-and-Mustard-Pot-Georgian-Style-01-mdco

John Wakelin & William Taylor pair of sterling silver open salts from 1783 in Georgian style with gilt wash bowls and in exquisite, geometric design. Each measures 3 2/3” in length by 2 1/2” in width by 2 1/4” in height, and bears hallmarks as shown. The founder of the Garrard firm was John Wickes ..

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1936-Antique-English-Sterling-Individual-Salt-Cellar-Pepper-Mustard-w-Spoons-01-fr

We are pleased to present an antique individual sterling set of a salt cellar, pepper saker, and covered mustard pot by James Deakin & Sons of Birmingham, England with date mark for 1936, on little ball feet. Plus, two small matching sterling spoons by a Sheffield maker. The little pepper sits 2″ tall; the salt ..

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