Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons

Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons

Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons
Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts w/ Spoons. Presented is a lovely pair of Georgian English sterling silver open salt cellars with spoons. The spoons are a marriage, but match nicely. The cellars are done in a wonderful classical style, raised on three club shaped feet.

The spoons are done in the Fiddle pattern. These are great English silver pieces, clean and ready to grace your table. Each piece is in great overall condition.

One of the salt cellars has a minor dent. This dent is visible in the second photo on the salt cellar on the left, at about the 5 o'clock position.

Otherwise there are no splits, no breaks, no monograms, no monogram removals, and no repairs to any of the pieces. Each salt cellar is hallmarked on the underside with the lion passant for sterling silver, the leopard's head for the city of London, and a date letter and maker's mark that cannot be made out. The date letter on one of the salts looks like the S mark that was used in 1753.

One of the spoons is hallmarked on the underside with the lion passant for sterling silver, the leopard's head for the city of London, the date letter R for 1852, Queen Victoria's head duty mark, and the maker's mark for Charles Boyton. The other spoon is hallmarked on the underside with the lion passant for sterling silver, the leopard's head crowned for the city of London, the date letter F for 1821, King George III's head duty mark, and the maker's mark of HH. Each salt cellar is about 1 3/8 inches tall. Each spoon is about 4 1/4 inches long.

The total weight including the spoons is 124 grams or 4.4 regular ounces. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "robertcharlessilver" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Fine Pair c1750 Georgian English Sterling Silver Open Salts with Spoons