24 - 25 June 2010
This lot is offered without a reserve
A LARGE GROUP OF ENGLISH, SCOTTISH AND AMERICAN SILVER SALT CELLARS AND PEPPER CASTERS,
19TH-20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS MAKERS,
the English silver comprising an assembled set of footed rectangular salts; nine circular salts, various sizes; a smaller rectangular salt; five salt spoons; and two salt shovels; all fully marked; the American silver comprising three circular salts; nine pepper casters; and a salt spoon; all marked 'Sterling'; together with two salt spoons, unmarked
Please consult condition report for hallmark details.
The set of four footed salts 4in. (10.1cm.) long, 55oz. approximate weight, with ten blue glass liners (34)
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Please note the correct piece count for this lot is 53 not 34. There are ten, not nine circular salts.
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