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 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)
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
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
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
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