A set of six George III silver-gilt salt-cellars and six salt-spoons, from the Sutton Service
The salt-cellars, mark of Paul Storr, London, three, 1816, three, 1817; one salt-spoon, mark of Paul Storr, London, 1819, three, mark of William Chawner, London, 1817, two, mark of Edward Edwards, London, 1849
Each shaped circular, of bombé form, on three paw feet with lion's mask terminals, the sides chased with fruit and floral garlands on a matted ground, with foliage and rocaille border, the base engraved with a crest, marked on base, with plain glass liners, the Paul Storr spoon, hourglass pattern, the others, reeded fiddle, thread and shell pattern, each engraved with a crest, marked on reverse
The salt-cellars, 4in. (10cm.) diam.
81oz. (2,524gr.) (6)