Casters, peppers and wig-powderers

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A pair of casters with chased decoration and unusual piercing, by Samuel Wood London 1745 , inscribed on the base "The Gift of Willm Hartiput to Susannah Sclater, born ye 23d of Feb: 1741"
Price: £1,750.00
                                                                                      Provenance: These casters, the property of the Earl of Warwick, were sold at Sotheby's (London) on 5th June 1997, Lot 122.

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Antique silver caster A baluster caster with beaded borders by Robert Peaston, London 1772 initialled {AB}.
Price: £380.00
A wig powderer, London 1810, maker's mark indecipherable.
Price: £345.00
Antique silver peppers, pair A pair of small fluted peppers on rectangular pedestal feet by Hilliard and Thomasson, Birmingham 1888.
Price: £280.00
A fully marked silver pepper grinder by Heath and Middleton, London 1902.
Price: £275.00
An engraved pepper pot of waisted conical form London, 1873 by the Barnard brothers, initialled {HAF}.
Price: £275.00
A vase-shaped pepper on spreading foot by Samuel Knight, London 1815 marked on lid and base.
Price: £195.00
An egg-shaped pepper with removable loaded base (giving it a tumbling action), Sheffield 1882 by Henry Wilkinson & Company, crested with a dexter arm holding a quill and engraved with the date '29th July 1883'.
Price: £155.00
An engraved urn shaped pepper, London 1888 by Charles Stuart Harris.
Price: £150.00