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Four beaded George III salt cellars London 1782 Wakelin and Tayler A set of four George III oval salts with beaded borders to body and foot, by John Wakelin and William Tayler London 1782 (one struck with maker's mark four times in place of hallmarks), initialled {WAS} within a cartouche .
Pair Victorian salt cellars shell bowls London 1868

A Victorian pair of salts with the bowls made of hippopus shells, the pierced silver feet were made in London in 1868 by WR.

Price: £625.00

4 salts cased 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.
Price: £425.00
Trencher salt A trencher salt, made in London in 1736 by IS with a rosette above (probably an alternative mark for John Stone), initialled {SWM}.
Price: £395.00
Salt cellars chinese c. 1890 Wang Hing China Trade An Emperor Guangzu pair of square salt cellars pierced with Chinese characters, by Wang Hing of Canton circa 1890.
Price: £375.00
Sheffield 1773 salt First year assay office

A pierced oval salt cellar, by Richard Morton and Company Sheffield 1773 .
Price: £350.00

Pair salts A pair of circular salts with hoof feet, by Edward Wood London 1744 .
george III n\avette vbeaded salt cellar Smith Sharp London 1785 A George III navette shaped salt cellar with thread-edge handles and beaded borders, by Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp London 1785.
Price: £285.00
George II salt cellar circa 1730 Edward Feline A George II circular salt cellar on three hoof feet, by Edward Feline of London circa 1730 (maker's mark four times), crested with a lion passant on a cap of maintenance .
Oval salt An oval salt-cellar with fluted body and complex gadrooned border London, 1766 by Robert and David Hennell, crested with a lion's head.
Galleried salt A galleried salt with blueglass liner (star-cut base) by Robert Hennell, London 1780.
George III pair compressed circular salts London 1804 Bateman A George III pair of compressed circular salts with hoof feet, by Peter Ann and William Bateman London 1804, both initialled {RSK} + {ESMcM} .
Price: £195.00
Plated capstan salt

A silver-on-copper capstan salt cellar, by the Duchess of Sutherland's Cripples Guild, c. 1910 .
Price: £195.00

In 1907, the Potteries and Newcastle Cripples Guild that Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland (1867-1955) had helped to found nine years earlier was renamed in her honour- the Duchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild. The Guild closed in 1922.

Salt An embossed salt on pedestal foot with flower encrusted border and blue glass liner by William Barrett, London 1829.
Price: £185.00
Salt 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.'.
George II salt cellar London 1734 John Smith A cauldron salt cellar on three hoof feet, by John Smith London 1734 .
Price: £155.00
Pierced salt A pierced salt cellar in early George III style, by William Wrangham Williams London 1870.
Victorian salt cellar hob cut London  1869 Henry Wilkinson A Victorian salt cellar with hob-cut decoration, by Henry Wilkinson London 1869, initialled {R} .