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George III scalloped salts, in sterling silver on scrolling feet marked London, 1790,?G approx 263g, Provenance Ex Stanley Lipscombe

A pair modernist, sterling silver and textured design, salt & pepper shakers 1977 London, maker GAB, height: 8.2 cm & 9 cm. Total. Weight: 224gms

An Austrian pair of silver gilt salts, 19th century with elobarately cast figures of lizards, classical masks and hippocampus, 9.5 cm wide, 5cm high, 525 grams

A George II pair of sterling silver shell form salts by Samuel Herbert & Co, London 1756 and later one by Thomas Newby, London 1820, 10.5 cm wide, 460 grams

A George III sterling silver mustard pot, two salts, a pepper caster and six oval sauce boats, five Georgian and a later boat, the boats 12-19 cm long, including an Irish boat by Matthew West, Dublin circa 1775

Pair of sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, stamped sterling, 110grams approx

Four French silver salt cellars, with spoons and original glass, J. Delaye, Grenoble. Boxed. One spoon as found and one glass replaced. Total silver 74g.

A sterling silver Llama salt & pepper set from Peru, condition: mark to base of pepper, otherwise very good, 8 x 8 x 5 cm

A set of George II sterling silver salts, Edinburgh 1758 [3], assay mark is 'HG, Wt 247 g [overall]

Two sets of Deakin & Francis sterling silver salts and Peppers, Birmingham 1898/99 [4], Wt 212 g [overall]

A pair of hallmarked sterling silver salts, London 1875, Wt 125 g [overall]

A cased set of four hallmarked sterling silver gilt salts and spoons, London 1902, Wt 82 g

Three sterling silver Peppers & one salt, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1908 [4], Wt. 111 g [overall]

George lV sterling silver gilt salt, maker: Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, hallmarked London 1820, 98g approx., 4.5 cm high approx.

English hallmarked sterling silver George III open salts in a boat-shaped style, having plain oval bodies, with frosted glass inserts, applied beaded borders, with vacant cartouches, all sitting on pedestal feet. London, 1792, maker Peter & Ann Bateman

Four sterling silver hallmarked salts, one napkin ring, & one pepper [6], weight 148 g (overall)

Four pieces of sterling silver, comprising sugar bowl, two salts & small dish, total, weight 280 g

A lovely Victorian large drum mustard, with gadroon borders in sterling silver and blue glass liner and a pair of pedestal salts, mustard marked EH, London, 1882, approx 143g, 5 cm high

Pair of Georgian sterling silver cauldron salt marked CH, london, 1788, approx 55g

Omar Ramsden sterling silver salt cellar, with cut glass insert, hallmarked London 1924.

Pair of Victorian sterling silver chased cauldron salts with apostle salt spoons marked 1881, London JJJW, spoons HA, Birmingham, 1863 approx 112g (4)

Pair of Sterling Silver salt & pepper mills, capstan marked JD, Jubillee, approx 10 cm high (2)

Three tall sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 20th century, with mark of fineness to body of each, of elongated tapering carinate form and raised on stepped pedestals, comprising two salt shakers and one pepper shaker, weighted. Total weight 156gr. H

Three novelty shell and silver items, Australian, New Zealand, 20th century, a sterling silver mounted abalone shell, a shell spoon with a map of Tasmania finial, stamped F.A. And a Wellington made mother-of-pearl sterling silver mounted salt cellar with

Two pairs of sterling silver salts plus spoon, 1890 and 1908 Birmingham with makers' marks for Hj Cooper & Co., and Martin, hall & Co, the cauldron salt pairs with relief border decoration of scrolls, fleur de lys, one pair raised on triform f

A fine pair of pierced sterling silver salts, 1897 and 1898, Birmingham, with maker's marks for Jr Ltd, oval salts with pierced bright cut designs and a central shield, 'C' scroll handles and blue glass liners; hallmarked underside. Silver weig

A set of six sterling silver salt cellars, 1905, 1906, 1920, Chester, with maker's marks for Haseler Bros, and Haseler & bill, each of elegant oval boat shaped form, plain to the body with rolled rims and supported on a quartet of refined scroll fe

Two pairs of Australian sterling silver salt and pepper pots, early 20th century, with maker's marks for Wj Sanders, the tapering tri-footed pots with flaring edged rims and domed caps, hallmarked to body. Silver weight 212gr. Height 9.5 cm and smalle

Two pairs of American sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 20th century, with makers' marks for Lenox silver and S.C.S Co, a carinate bottle shaped pair with domed lids, and a petite barrel shaped pair with faceted sides and horizontal hoops; marke

Two pairs of silver Mini salt and pepper shakers by Cartier, stamped Cartier sterling, the salt shakers with guilded lids, boxed

A pair of hallmarked sterling silver salts, London 1865, 141g

Pair of antique silver cauldron salts, with floral chased bodies and original blue glass liners, A/F some holes showing, marked London, 1854, RH approx 127g (5)

Silver and crystal swan salt, with pierced work foliate wings marked, approx 8 cm long

A Victorian boxed set of four sterling silver circular salts and spoons by William Edwards, London 1873 each raised on three caryatid feet

A pair of early 19th century Dutch silver and cut crystal salts, the octagonal form dish with cut scalloped edges, on a round silver base with restrained gadroon decoration to edge, stamped marks to base. 9 cm x 7.5 cm

A delightful boxed set of sterling silver Sunflower salts with associated spoons, 1895 Chester, with maker's marks for James Deakin & Sons, the floriform salts all gilt washed and with sunflower spoons to match, one spoon in the form of a maple lea

A boxed set of four French.950 silver topped cut glass salt and pepper shakers, circa 1920’s, with rubbed maker's marks, faceted baluster shakers with moderne turban style screw tops; hallmarked to collars. Height 7.5 cm

A pair of George III salt cellars with later spoons, 1807 London, with maker's marks for John Emes, early 20th century spoons, Sheffield, with maker's marks for C.W Fletcher & Sons, the boat shaped oval salts with engraved floral decoration and

A pair of Edwardian Georgian Revival silver salts, classical style, ball and claw feet and blue glass liners with two small silver spoons by William Adams. Length 8.5 cm