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A rare pair of George II Scottish silver Trencher salts by Patrick Graeme Edinburgh, Assay master's mark of Archibald Ure, Edinburgh, 1729, of faceted and waisted octagon form, engraved initial 'J' with later blue resin liners, 7 cm width, (2)

A pair of 19th century, Indian Colonial salt and pepper pots by Hamilton & Co and Lattery Brothers of Calcutta, each of cylindrical form with pierced cover, engraved salt & pepper, 8.5 cm high (2)

A set of four Victorian novelty kangaroo salts by John Samuel Hunt for Hunt & Roskell, London 1856, each modelled as a kangaroo on grassy rockwork base with shell form salt, 1338 grams, 12.5 cm high, (4)

Pair of Victorian chased silver cauldron salts marked 925, London, 1877. (spoons matched) approx 83g (2)

Maltese 800 silver leaf form salt, marked Cross 800, approx 33g

Silver and crystal salt in swan form, marked Albo Italy sterling silver, approx 7 cm long

A pair of sterling silver pierced salts having blue glass insert

Pair of sterling silver lidded table salts with original Bristol blue glass liners, hallmarked Sheffield 1896

Two George II sterling silver table salts, hallmarked London 1739 and 1747 by maker Edward Wood

A pair of sterling silver salts with spoons, Birmingham 1903, 3 x 6 cm 48 g

A Viking shaped sterling silver salt cellar, Norway, with blue glass liner. Length 8.3 cm. Weight silver only 16g.

A Dutch silver Duo salt cellar, with ovoid handle. Weight 59g.

A pair of gilded sterling silver salt dishes, shaped as leaves, J.B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1970. Total weight 124g.

A sterling silver salt cellar, W&H, Birmingham 1924. Length 6.5 cm. Weight 43g.

A pair of late 19th century European rococo cast silver salts, the nautilus shell form surmounted with raised cherubs, relief scrolling leaf tendrils, each raised on four C-scroll feet. Import marks for London 1895 by B. Nuller & Son, noted importers o

Set of six silver cake forks, stamped STG SIL & a Georgian sterling silver salt spoon circa 1810, 94g approx.

Pair of sterling silver salt cellars on three feet, hallmarked London 1883, 63 grams approx

Sterling silver pepper and salt shaker, of handsome elongated form, height 13 cm (2)

Antique rifle Brigade capstan salt grinder, in turned ebony with applied silver mounts and pierced crest marked London, 1885 approx 9.5 cm high

An Art Deco salt cellar, raised on tripod legs, English silver, mark indistinct. Diameter 5.5 cm. Weight 37.4g

A pair of sterling silver salt cellar, gilded interior, maker's mark indistinct, Birmingham, 1912 (dents). Length 6 cm. Total weight 50g

Pair of sterling silver crested pepper pots, hallmarks rubbed, circa 1797, maker possibly James & Elizabeth Bland, one engraved Pepper the other Salt, 8.5 cm high, 172 grams

Pair of Georgian sterling silver salts London 1795 with original blue glass Inners maker Wf

Sterling silver boxed shell pattern salt cellar & spoon set, Chester 1896

A George III pair of silver open salts, Paul Storr, London, 1811, gadrooned rims interspersed with shells and foliage, gilded interiors, engraved crest to side, acanthus and scroll headed lion paw feet, 410 gms, 10 cm diameter

Boxed eight piece hallmarked sterling silver salts & spoons set, Sheffield 1893, makers HA. Inc 4 matching open salts & spoons. In original fitted box. Wt.118g(total silver).

Pair George V HM sterling silver open salts, Sheffield 110, makers HE Ltd. Pierced gallery. Monogrammed. With fitted blue glass liners. Diameter 8 cm each. Wt. 118g(total silver only).

George V hallmarked sterling silver silver topped salts bottle, Birmingham 1911, makers EJH/NH. Monogrammed. With internal stopper, height 9 cm

A pair of Victorian sterling silver oval salts by John Stuart Harris, London 1840, each with profusely decorated floral swags and leaf feet, blue acrylic replaced liners, 9 cm wide, silver 320 grams

An English sterling silver salt and pepper, Indistinct hallmarks

An Australian sterling silver three piece Muffineer set, salt, pepper and mustard, hallmarked Stg Sil and crown

Sterling silver topped salts bottle, hallmarked London 1896, 7 cm high

A pair of Georgian sterling silver salt cellars, Peter & William Bateman / London /, circa 1812, each boat shaped with bright cut decoration, 5.5 x 10 cm high

An Austrian silver campaign cutlery and utensil service in a tiered fitted leather carrying canteen case, the majority by Joseph Reiner (active 1826-1867), Vienna 1844, engraved with script initials 'Wj' comprising a pair of rectangular pedestal sa

Pair of George II sterling silver salt cellars and mustard pot, hallmarked, London, 1757, David Hennell, of bun form, with shell and hoof feet, total weight 350gm, (3)

Pair of George III sterling silver salt cellars, hallmarked, London,1762, I.W, with spreading lips, above squat bun body, raised on shell and hoof feet, total weight 168gm, (2)

A set of six sterling silver shell-form salts & matching spoons, each salt featuring a cupid playing musical instrument, salts stamped '925 sterling