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Pair of sterling silver salts, in fitted case, Hardy Bros., hallmarked Birmingham 1910, with glass inserts

A fine French Art Nouveau. 950 silver salt cellar boxed set, late 19th century, with maker's mark for Emile Puiforcat, comprising four lozenge bombe pots of waisted form and with conforming foot rims, finely decorated with sinuous trailing wild reeds a

A boxed set of six Victorian salts with spoons 1885 London, with maker's marks for Charles Boyton II. The petite pedestal bowls of Gothic inspiration with borders of chased diamond panels enclosing four point stars, with matching spoons all with finely

A boxed sterling silver cruet set 1956/7 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Adie Bros, comprising a squat rectangular salt and pepper pot and a pear shaped pepper shaker, all raised on lion's paw feet and having gadroon and shell edges, with blue g

A boxed six piece sterling silver cruet set 1925/6 London, with maker's marks for Jw Benson Ltd, comprising pairs of salts, pepper shakers and mustard pots, the salts and pots of ovoid design with serpentine rims, raised on tripod pad feet and having b

A boxed sterling silver cruet set plus a pair of matching salts and a similar pepper shaker 1933-35 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Adie Bros set; spoons marked Jr 1922/3 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Hardy Bros (pair and additional shaker)

A fine thirteen piece boxed sterling silver cruet set 1904/5 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Mitchell Bros, comprising a large caster, two pepper pots, mustard pot and four salts, and five associated spoons, of pedestal form with spiral fluted lower

A sterling silver condiment set, boxed, comprising a salt and pepper shaker, two salt cellars and a mustard pot, with three spoons. Hardy and Brothers, Birmingham 1963. Weight 186g.

Cased sterling silver cruet set hallmarked Birmingham 1925, comprising salt, pepper & mustard pot all with blue glass liners & 2 small spoons (one not original),

A cased pair of silver salt cellars and spoons, John Millward Banks / Birmingham / 1894, each cast with a thistle design, housed in fitted leather case, the salt cellars 3 cm high

A boxed sterling silver cruet set, 1911/12 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Williams (Birmingham) Ltd, the urn form pedestal salts with double scrolled handles and a pair of matching spoons; hallmarked, silver weight 76gr. Height 5.5 cm.

A boxed sterling silver cruet set, 1931 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Adie Brothers Ltd, the set comprising a salt, small pillar pepperette and a lidded mustard pot with associated spoons, of simple drum form with threaded stepped bases and low do

Pair of sterling silver salts in case, Birmingham Victorian 1898

A Victorian silver condiment set, two salt and peppers with spoons, mustard with blue glass inlay and spoon; E S Barnsley & Co (Edward Souter Barnsley), Birmingham, 1900. Comes in a fitted Hardy Brothers presentation box.

A cased sterling silver double muffineer set by Fenton Russell & Company, comprising two salts, peppers and mustard pots, two mustard and salt spoons, and four spoons

A Victorian cased pair of sterling silver salts and spoons

Danish silver and enamel salt, pepper & spoon, in original box

Cased pair of sterling silver salts & spoons, hallmarked Birmingham

Scottish hallmarked sterling silver George VI condiment set in a silk & velvet lined fitted box comprising two open salts with blue glass liners, two peppers, two lidded mustard pots with blue glass liners & four spoons. Edinburgh, 1937, maker Hamilton & I

Sterling silver boxed three piece cruet set, hallmarked Birmingham 1926, to include salt/pepper and blue glass lined mustard pot

A boxed set of sterling silver salts and spoons, 1886 London, with maker's marks for Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) shepherd, four small round compressed salts with gilt washed interiors raised on tripod pad feet and five sp

A box set of four salts. Maker: Harry Atkin. London, 1933. 149gm

Tiffany & Co sterling silver items comprising a hexagonal lidded velvet lined container with a tassel stamped 'Tiffany & Co makers sterling silver 26040 925 hand chased', a hexagonal tasselled trinket box with a gilt wash interior stamped '2002 Tiffany & C

A twelve piece sterling silver salt, pepper and mustard set in original fitted box

Sterling silver cased cruet set, hallmarked Birmingham 1947, maker Ernest W. Haywood, comprising of a pepperette, blue glass lined mustard pot with spoon and blue glass lined salt cellar with spoon (this spoon hallmarked 1946), 125 grams silver weight appr

A sterling silver cased three piece condiment set salt, pepper, mustard with spoons. Mappin & Webb. Birmingham 1940.

A set of eight silver Cartier salt & pepperettes stamped Cartier, silver, in original case. Height 3.8 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver cruet set consisting of four open salts with blue glass inserts and four matched spoons in a velvet and silk lined case. Salts Birmingham, 1917, maker Mappin & Webb spoons Birmingham, 1917, maker E S Barnsley & Co weight

Victorian boxed sterling silver salts & spoons, hallmarked Birmingham 1896, maker J E Bushell

Boxed set sterling silver salts with spoons in shell form, hallmarked Birmingham 1900

A late Victorian cased set, of four sterling silver salts, together with two salt spoons, Chester 1901 by James Deakin and Sons

Boxed hallmarked sterling silver 5 piece cruet set. Dublin 1972/5, including mustard pot, open salt (both with blue glass liners); pepper pot and 2 spoons. Total weight 110gms (approx)

Set of four silver salt cellars, London 1882 with accompanying spoons, in original box, weight 32 grams. Provenance: Property of a Lady, NSW

A fine sterling silver ten piece condiment set, 1934 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Wilson & Gill, of simple Art Deco lines and comprising four footed pots each with blue glass liners, two lidded pots also with liners, four conical lidded salt and pepp

Cased sterling silver set of four salts with Bristol liners and four spoons, Birmingham 1917

A silver condiment set of eight pieces (two sets comprising pair of salts, mustard pot and pepperette) with shaped borders and paw feet; Hardy Bros, Birmingham 1920; with assocuated silver spoons. (fitted case)

A sterling silver cased cruet set consisting of two pepper pots, four open salts with blue glass liners, two mustard pots and five spoons. Birmingham 1918.

An Art-Deco boxed silver cruet set by Seaby and Mornell, Birmingham 1934/6, comprising a salt, pepper and mustard, all with angled fan and engine turned decoration.

An Edwardian period Arts & Crafts silver cruet set, mustard pot with blue glass liner, pepper pot, two salt cellars and three matching spoons. Birmingham 1905 and 1906, by James Fenton & Co. in fitted case