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Sterling Silver Salts - Antique William IV (1836)

Sterling Silver Salts - Antique William IV (1836)

An exceptional, fine and impressive set of four antique William IV English sterling silver salts; part of our silver cruet and condiments collection

SKU A7682


These exceptional antique William IV sterling silver salts have a circular rounded shaped form, onto a pedestal foot.

The body of each salt is embellished with embossed ornamentation realistically modelled in the form of entwined branches terminating with leaf designs.

The cast foot of each is piece matches the ornamentaion to the body.

Each piece is fitted with the original removable blue glass liner; the upper shaped rim of each liner replicates the undulating design to the salt rim.

This exceptional set of silver salts is accompanied by associated hallmarked sterling silver salt spoons, modelled in the form of stemmed flowers.

These Birmingham silver spoons were crafted by John Yapp & John Woodward of Yapp & Woodward in 1846

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Date: 1836

These antique salts are an exceptional gauge of silver for their type, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition.

The ornamentation to each salt and spoon is very sharp

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of each salt and reverse of each spoon are all very clear.

Reflections in photography may detract from the true representation of this set of silver salts.

Diameter of rim 7.5cm/3"

Diameter of foot 6cm/2.4"

Height 6.7cm/2.6"

Length of spoon 8cm/3.1"

13.9 troy ounces/432g (excluding glass liners)

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