A GROUP OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT FIGURAL SALT CELLARS
A GROUP OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT FIGURAL SALT CELLARS

MARK OF CHARLES FREDERICK HANCOCK, LONDON, 1874

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A GROUP OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT FIGURAL SALT CELLARS
MARK OF CHARLES FREDERICK HANCOCK, LONDON, 1874
Each realistically cast as a boy or girl with a woven basket strapped to the back, on a circular or oval base set with bronze, inscribed with conjoined monogram PM, comprising five single figural salt cellars and one double figural salt cellar, the singles marked underneath T45 and the double marked T44; together with a set of twelve English silver-gilt salt spoons, James Robinson, London, 1989
6 in. (15.2 cm.) high, the larger; 110 oz. (3,422 gr.) gross weight

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