George III sterling silver salt, hallmarked Sheffield, 1796, Richard Morton, of navene form, with overall pierced geometric pattern above pierced flowers, reeded base, set of four scrolled feet, with blue glass liner, silver weight 48 grams, a/f to liner l
A pair of George III silver salts by Sarah Buttall, London 1770, of oval form with gadrooned rims and pierced arcaded bodies with vacant cartouche, on claw and ball feet, with blue glass liners, 9 cm width, (2)
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 George II silver group, the salts by David Hennell, London 1747, the castor by John Delmester, the salts with chased and embossed floral designs on shell pad feet, with blue glass liners, the castor of baluster form, 16 cm high, (3). Provenance: castor w
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
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