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An Austrian silver (800) c. 1867 winged dragon salt, salt bowl atop a winged dragon pedestal base on ball feet (AF), 148g

Victorian sterling silver salt hallmarked London 1876, 74g approx.

Three piece sterling silver condiment set, 2 salt cellars & mustard pot

A sterling silver spoon and a large salt cellar 1902 London, with maker's marks for John George Smith, importer & 'Foreign agent' 1901 Chester, with maker's marks for William Aitken. The spoon with a pierced knot stem and a figural fini

Two pairs of sterling silver salt & pepper shakers 20th century American, with maker's mark for Fisher and Duchin Creations. Asquare set baluster and pedestal pair and a weighted tapering carinate shaped pair; marked underside to both pairs. Total

A pair of sterling silver salts and a mustard pot with a matching salt 1918 Birmingham with maker's marks for Gorham Manufacturing Co 1941 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Suckling Ltd. Apair of compressed faceted salts with blue liners,

Two pairs of Georg Jensen Harald Nielsen sterling silver Pyramid, salt & pepper shakers,, each stamped with Georg Jensen silver marks, three with earlier 'GJ' monogram marks. Height 4.5 cm, total weight 159gms

A George III sterling silver salt cellar, on four feet, with blue glass, John Emes, London, 1800. Weight of silver 51g.

An Edwardian sterling silver salt shaker, with original blue glass layer. William Devenport, Birmingham 1906. Silver weight 15g.

Two sterling silver salt cellars hallmarked Birmingham 1908, 52grams approx,

Two sterling silver salt spoons & pair of coffee spoons by Hardy Brothers hallmarked London 1941, the salt spoons with Victorian and Georgian hallmarks

Four Georgian sterling silver salt cellars, with glass inserts, London hallmarks rubbed, 152g approx.

830 silver Viking ship (with sail) salt (impressed to base 'Norge')

A silver muffineer set, comprising a mustard pot, salt and pepperette, Birmingham 1922 (3), Makers mark J. Gloster. 155g in total

Pair of sterling silver salt and pepper shakers marked sterling, 102grams (weighted)

Pair of George IV sterling silver salt cellars with repousse floral design, on lion paw feet, hallmarked Sheffield 1826 (S C Younge & Co), 173 grams approx

Pair of George III sterling silver salt cellars hallmarked London 1814 (maker's marks rubbed), 9.7 cm wide, with a pair of Victorian Britannia silver spoons, 206 grams total (approx)

A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, of oval fluted shape raised on four legs modelled with leopard's heads. Birmingham 1866 by Hilliard & Thomason. 82gms.

Three Continental silver footed salt cellars, 220 grams (total) approx

Pair of French Art Nouveaux silver salt cellars, with glass inserts, 26 grams approx., total

Two Victorian sterling silver salt cellars, hallmarked Birmingham 1899, and Chester 1987, together with a sterling silver salt spoon

A large George III silver salt of heavy gauge, with gadroon border, gilt interior on oval foot with further gadroon decoration. Engraved with period crest of a lion passant. Maker: Robert Henell and Samuel Henell. London, 1802

A pair of sterling silver salts and a salt spoon, circa 1930s Birmingham, with makers' marks Hardy Bros Ltd. Rectangular compressed and waisted salts with trefid shaped mounts to shaped pad feet; and a small 1906 Birmingham silver salt spoon with a rococo

A group of nine sterling silver table wares: a Georgian serving ladle, seven salt spoons, and a mustard shovel, 1803 London, with maker's mark for George Wintle, a ladle with an oval bowl and a curvaceous English pattern stem; a miscellany of spoons, three

A sterling silver vase, pepper pot, mustard pot and two salts, 1820 London, with rubbed marks, a compressed salt with hoof feet; 1911 London, with rubbed marks, a faceted pedestal vase; 1914 Birmingham, with makers' marks for William Neale & Son, a salt an

hallmarked sterling silver antique silver salt cellars with glass liners, stamped Sheffield 1900's, approx 47g (2)

Pair of George III sterling salt spoons Eley Fearn & Chawner London 1810

A pair of silver salts, plain collet form, wooden inlay, single scroll handle. One salt with solder marks indicating a lid has been removed; Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham, 1933. Weight 62.3g.

Three Victorian silver salt spoons, Queens pattern, gilt spoons; James & Josiah Williams, Exeter, 1862. Weight 65g.

A small Victorian silver pepper and two salt spoons, pepper with square pedestal base; Deakin & Francis, Birmingham, 1893. Salt spoons; one marked Charles Edwin turner, Birmingham, 1919.

Six English sterling silver salt spoons, together with a Mexican sterling small dish 80g in total

English hallmarked sterling silver Noveltry owl condiment set comprising an owl salt & pepper with pull off heads and a hinged owl figure with a gilt mouse mustard spoon, all with glass eyes. Pepper. London, 1972, maker Tiffany && Co. Salt. London, 1968, m

Matched pair hallmarked sterling silver open salts, hallmarked London 1802, maker unknown; & Hallmarked London 1852, maker William Robert Smiley. Crested. Also, two crested George III salt spoons, with gilt washed bowls, Eley & Fearn. Height 6 cm. Diameter

A pair of Georgian sterling silver salt spoons, London 1836, 34g