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|A capstan salt, London, 1693 by IC crowned (probably an alternative maker's mark used by John Cory of London and Warminster) initialled [B over TM].
|A pair of large and heavy circular salts with lion masks, by Carrington and Company London 1895, crested with a wolf's head.
|A matched pair of neo-classical pierced salts, London 1782 by Robert Hennell; the other, London 1789 by Joseph Scammell - both crested with a stag's head on a tree trunk.
|A trencher salt cellar made in London in 1723 probably by Mary Roode, engraved with the crest and motto of CRAWFURD or CRAWFORD.
|A cased set of four bright-cut boat-shaped salts, the spoons en suite made in 1877 (the salts London, the spoons Sheffield) by Martin, Hall & Company, all in original fitted case from Ollivant & Batsford, Manchester.
|A pair of compressed circular salts on 3 hoof feet London, 1764 by David Mowden, initialled P.
|An oval salt-cellar with fluted body and complex gadrooned border London, 1766 by Robert and David Hennell, crested with a lion's head.
|A pair of cauldron salts with hoof feet, London 1767, by David Mowden initialled G.
|A beaded pedestal salt, London 1785 by Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp.
|A galleried salt with blueglass liner (star-cut base) by Robert Hennell, London 1780.
|A pair of silver-gilt salt cellars decorated with neo-classical swags, London 1878 by Frederick Elkington.
|An embossed salt on pedestal foot with flower encrusted border and blue glass liner by William Barrett, London 1829.
|A large salt on 4 feet with shaped rim of flowers and scrolls by the Barnard Brothers, London 1839 inscribed 'Presented to Mr Robt Nall in1842 by the Gentlemen Graziers of the County of Nottingham.'.
|A pierced salt cellar in early George III style, by William Wrangham Williams London 1870.
|A small silver-gilt dish with gadrooned border, by Robert Hennell, London 1832.