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Pair-Of-Dominick-Haff-Sterling-Silver-Aesthetic-Period-Open-Salt-Cellars-01-ej

For your consideration is a fine pair of Dominick & Haff sterling Aesthetic Period Open Salt Cellars, made circa late 19th Century. These Salts have neat Aesthetic Scroll form feet, are in very good lightly used condition, and have not been monogrammed. Marked: One has the Retailer’s “BIGELOW, KENNARD & Co” Mark, both have Dominick ..

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Russian-Soviet-period-enameled-Salt-Cellar-with-a-spoon-01-pcg

Russian antique soviet period enameled silver salt cellar with a spoon. Enameled design made in the form of flowers. Marked underneath of the salt cellar with Russian silver hallmarks #916(Leningrad assayer inspection), and Leningrad’ jewlery factory mark: 2 . Small spoon marked with same hallmarks, the purity is #875. Spoon is 50 mm long, weight ..

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2-James-Waters-English-Georgian-Salt-Cellars-London-1766-1770-Period-Crest-01-as

They bear a full sets of hallmarks to the underside: one is stamped with Waters’s maker’s mark registered in 1769, and the other a mark that is given as “unidentified” in Grimwade (3692, 3693 & 3694) but is likely to be a mark used by Waters (who commenced work in 1737) prior to 1769 (and ..

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Set-of-Four-English-Sterling-Salt-Cellars-Georgian-Period-London-1762-01-rsdc

Set of four Georgian period salt cellars. London date mark 1762. Maker’s mark Charles Hougham. 2-1/2″ diameter by 1-1/4″ height. Overall very good condition. Minor dings to interior of bowls. We are tested long-time members of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA). Our listings are described in good faith and to the best of our ..

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Edward-Wood-English-Georgian-Salt-Cellar-London-1737-Period-Crest-01-kadt

It bears a good set of hallmarks to the underside, including Wood’s maker’s mark registered in 1735 (his second mark). This attractive and useful item remains in very good antique condition with age-appropriate wear and bears a period heraldic crest of a stag’s head engraved to the sides. Width: 2 1/2in (6.3cm). Height: 1 1/2in ..

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Set-4-GEORGE-III-OLD-SHEFFIELD-PLATE-Footed-SALT-CELLARS-Regency-Period-c1815-01-rn

Set 4 GEORGE III OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE Footed SALT CELLARS Regency Period c1815. Marks: small workmans mark underneath. Some small dings, dents and surface scratches. Areas of tarnishing that will polish off. Wear commensurate with age. Please see photos, if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask. Notes: Lovely set of ..

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2-Edward-Wood-English-Georgian-Salt-Cellars-London-1743-Period-Crest-01-jfq

They bear a clear set of hallmarks to the underside and a scratch weight of 4 = 3 1/2 Pr, indicating that this pair weighed 4 troy oz and 3 and a half pennyweights at the time of manufacture (approximately 130g). These attractive and useful items remain in very good antique condition with age-appropriate wear ..

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Set-Of-12-Gorham-Sterling-Silver-Open-Salt-Cellars-Cracked-Egg-Aesthetic-Period-01-gyc

For your consideration is a outstanding set of 12 Gorham sterling Open Salts, made in Providence, Rhode Island circa 1869. Great naturalistic form of a cracked open Egg sitting on a foliage nest. The Set is in very good lightly used condition, retains its original gold wash interiors, and the Salts have not been monogrammed. ..

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Mustard pot & salt cellars 4 pc. French all Sterling silver (950/1000). Stamp with cock 1St titre (French titre silver sterling 950/1000). Mark of guaranty medium objects – Paris. Hallmark used from 1809 to 1819. & Mark of the silversmith: LMN? Very good condition considering its age, slight traces of usage. Note: 3 small fissures ..

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Featured in this listing is a superbly designed antique Japanese IRIS silver salt cellar. Intricate hammered punch repousee design around entire cellar. No dents and highly lustrous surface. The base is stamped with the “junjin” mark indicating pure silver. Measures 1.75 inches in height and 2 inches in width. Please use the photos as part ..

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