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Antique silver spice or lime box, chased with elephants, tigers, fish, deer in jungle scenes, approx 6 cm diameter

A Dutch silver spice box, filagree detail, engraved design. Weight 31g.

A hallmarked Russian silver Havdalah spice holder for Shabbat, the spice box set on a filigree silver base with inset turquoise roundel, Russian silver standard 84, dated 1873, Wt 47 g

A Russian hallmarked silver Havdalah spice holder for Shabbat, silver standard 84, dated 1896, Wt 60 g

A Russian hallmarked silver spice holder, hallmarked silver standard 84, dated 1873, Wt 78 g

Two sterling silver pots: for salt & spice, 1901 Chester, with maker's marks for John Millward Banks, 1923 Birmingham, with maker's marks for F.H. Adams & Co, a pierced foliate salt cellar with notched borders and a spice pot with a deep wa

Austro-Hungarian silver pair of graduated 13 Loth Havdalah spice containers in the rococo style with a flip top lid. Vienna, 1853, maker Carl Adolf Kohl. Condition, good to fair, some tarnishing, uneven bases, height of tallest -12 cm, weight, 128g

An Israeli sterling silver spice Tower, later 20th century, with maker's mark for Hazorfim. 925, the spice tower of chalice shape with a conical turret and flag, embossed and chased to the body with a grape and vine leaf design, similarly embellished to th

A George III Scottish silver spice pot, vase shaped, with writhen finial and trumpet foot; Robert Gray & Son, Glasgow c.1790. Height 10.5 cm.

A pair of George III sterling silver spice castors. Maker William Turton possibly 1769

Dutch silver spice box in the form of a miniature desk, English import marks

A pair of Victorian silver spice pots, cylindrical, with fluted sides; Henry Wilkinson, London 1900.

Havdalah Besamim spice Tower, Germany c. 1920, 835 silver, crescent and Crown mark. Height 24 cm

A tall Georgian sterling silver urn shaped spice shaker with reeded edges, square foot and pierced dome top. The body with later Victorian raised floral decoration. By Peter, Ann, William Bateman. London, 1800

A small Victorian oval sterling silver spice caddy with reeded edge and engraved and bright cut borders, London,1896. Height 9 cm

Arabian silver spice box, with 6 small compartments and a central figural bird shaped screw on handle which releases the compartment lids, inscribed 'Arabian Hackett Collection' on the base, 5.5 cm wide, 41 grams approx

A sterling silver lidded spice caddy with a shaped body on four feet. Decorated with raised Art Nouveau floral motifs. Chester 1907. Height 14 cm

A George IV period sterling silver pepper or spice shaker., with gadrooned edging raised leaf body and circular foot. Gilt interior. Engraved stag crest, the lid hallmarked London 1823 with the same maker's punch mark. Cp, probably Charles Plumbly. Height

George I Sterling Silver Spice Dredger possibly either 1725 or 1732. Maker John Gibbons, but hallmarks hard to read. (See Jackson p. 180). Lid not hallmarked

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