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A pair of sterling silver salt & pepper grinders, W S & P London 2001

A chased sterling silver mustard pot, salt & pepper, W H & Co Sheffield 1855, 148 g

A pair modernist, sterling silver and textured design, salt & pepper shakers 1977 London, maker GAB, height: 8.2 cm & 9 cm. Total. Weight: 224gms

A George III sterling silver mustard pot, two salts, a pepper caster and six oval sauce boats, five Georgian and a later boat, the boats 12-19 cm long, including an Irish boat by Matthew West, Dublin circa 1775

Pair of sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, stamped sterling, 110grams approx

Queen Elizabeth II sterling silver pepper mill waisted form with engraved band, Birmingham 1960

A pair of Georgian sterling silver pepper pots, of pear form with swirl design. Gadroon decoration to the circular base. Hallmarked: London 808 & 1817. Maker: W.C.

A sterling silver Llama salt & pepper set from Peru, condition: mark to base of pepper, otherwise very good, 8 x 8 x 5 cm

A Samuel wood sterling silver pepper, London 1861, height 12 cm

Four sterling silver hallmarked salts, one napkin ring, & one pepper [6], weight 148 g (overall)

Georgian sterling silver pepper or pounce pot, with tapering body marked 1808, London, approx 9 cm high & 54g

Pair of Sterling Silver salt & pepper mills, capstan marked JD, Jubillee, approx 10 cm high (2)

Three tall sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 20th century, with mark of fineness to body of each, of elongated tapering carinate form and raised on stepped pedestals, comprising two salt shakers and one pepper shaker, weighted. Total weight 156gr. H

Two pairs of Australian sterling silver salt and pepper pots, early 20th century, with maker's marks for Wj Sanders, the tapering tri-footed pots with flaring edged rims and domed caps, hallmarked to body. Silver weight 212gr. Height 9.5 cm and smalle

Two pairs of American sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 20th century, with makers' marks for Lenox silver and S.C.S Co, a carinate bottle shaped pair with domed lids, and a petite barrel shaped pair with faceted sides and horizontal hoops; marke

A sterling silver pepper mill, early 20th century, American, with maker's mark of 'W' in a shield, a mill of traditional style with a steel and timber mechanism. Total weight 201gr. Height 13.5 cm

Two pairs of silver Mini salt and pepper shakers by Cartier, stamped Cartier sterling, the salt shakers with guilded lids, boxed

Sterling silver pepperette (associated) Georgian (marks rubbed)

A boxed set of four French.950 silver topped cut glass salt and pepper shakers, circa 1920’s, with rubbed maker's marks, faceted baluster shakers with moderne turban style screw tops; hallmarked to collars. Height 7.5 cm

Two pairs of American sterling silver pepper pots, mid 20th century, with maker's mark for William R. Elfers Co and others marked sterling and with intaglio marks, one pair of tapering and fluted pillar form with domed lids, the other pair of cylindric

A pair of American sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 20th century, with maker's marks for Empire, the weighted shakers of high shouldered tapering form with tall domed screw tops and raised on domed pedestal bases, with gadrooned borders, marked

A pair of urn style sterling silver salts and three mixed salt and pepper pots, 19th to 20th century, London, Birmingham, Chester, various makers, the pedestal urn pots with scrolling handles and ribbed bands, two cylindrical pots and one barrel shaped pot

Two pairs of sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 1938 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Viner's Ltd, elegant pedestal pots of tapering and faceted form with conforming high domed lids; hallmarked to all, silver weight 163gr. Height 10.5 cm. An

Two pairs of American sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, 20th century, one pair with marks of Gorham sterling, a small squat weighted baluster pair with high domed lids, and a slender urn shaped pair with high domed lids with finials, gadrooned colla

Two pairs of American sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, second half 20th century, with maker's marks for garden Silversmiths Ltd, the shakers of baluster shape with domed collars, high domed pointed lids and raised on pedestal bases; marked unde

Sterling silver condiments by Stuart Devlin, London 1974 (two pair salt/pepper)

Pair Victorian hallmarked sterling silver pepper pots. Chester, c.1898, makers BM. Height 15 cm (each) Wt. 182g

A George III sterling silver baluster pepper caster by Hester Bateman, London 1782, 14 cm high, 75 grams

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.