Silver Grade 925/1000. 7cm diameter. 130.5g combined. No damage.
ANTIQUE GEORGIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS
This is a pair of 18th-century (1788) English George III solid sterling silver salt cellars.
The body beautifully embossed with foliate scrolls and roses. Each stands on three hoofed feet.
They are free from personal inscriptions or monograms. No previous erasures.
Matching hallmarks on both the dishes.
HALLMARKS: London, STERLING fineness 92.5%. MAKER Thomas Shepherd
DIMENSION: Diameter: 7cm (2 3/4"). Height: 3.9cm (1 1/2") approx.
WEIGHT: 130.5g combined
CONDITION: Both are in very good condition without damage. Minor tarnish. No dents. No solder repairs.
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