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English hallmarked sterling silver William IV pepper shaker of organic form, with six applied flowers & a gilt wash interior. London, 1830, maker Charles Gordon. Condition, good, minor age related wear, height, 8.5 cm, weight, 78g
A pair of George III sterling silver pepper pots 1788 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman. The unusually shaped pedestal peppers of compressed form with reeded bodies, broad short cylindrical necks with pierced dome tops and rope twist border
A George III sterling silver pepper caster 1790 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman, with a narrow pierced dome upon a tapered and compressed lower section to a pedestal base; hallmarked to the upper body. Silver weight 84gr. Height 14.5 cm
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
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 Victorian sterling silver pepperette, body having spiral fluted writhen style decoration. Hallmarks to body and bezel of cover. Sponsor's mark for Edward Hutton of the firm Hutton & Sons. Assay mark for London 1889. 7 cm high.
A pair of sterling silver pepper grinders. 1977 London, with maker's marks of Da-mar silver and the silver Jubilee stamp for Queen Elizabeth II, the shaped and waisted short pillars, with metal grinding works; hallmarked to the tops and base of each. T
A George III silver pepperette, vase shaped, with a tall domed and pierced and engraved top with acorn finial, the body engraved with a crest and motto. London 1772 by Thomas and Jabez Daniell. 71gms. Height 12.5 cm
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
A George V sterling silver sugar caster by William Hutton & Son Ltd, Birmingham, 16 cm high: a pepper caster with lion masks to the feet by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1927: and a butter shell with glass liner, Birmingham 1902
A Georgian sterling silver pepperette, 1784 London, with indistinct maker's marks, of typical pillar form with a compressed ogee lower section, a pierced top and swirled finial and raised upon a spreading base, hallmarked underside and also partially marke
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