Mustard pot with spoon - .925 silver - E.J. Haseler & C. Bill - Chester - 1921

Description
Mustard pot with spoon - .925 silver - E.J. Haseler & C. Bill - Chester - 1921
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 115 g

The mustard pot has double filet edges both on top and bottom edge. All-round openwork decor of ornamental baluster patterns. A sturdy S-shaped handle, a thumb grip on the lid. In the mustard pot is the original blue glass insert and a silver mustard spoon.
A pair of salt cellars of the same type in another lot.

Silver hallmarks:
sterling silver (1st grade content silver, 925/1000) - Chester - year stamp V 1921 - master stamp silversmith EJH/CB (EJ Haseler&C Bill).
Spoon: 1st grade content - 925/1000 - master stamp silversmith W.S

Dimensions:
Mustard pot: long 9 cm - wide 4 cm - tall 6.5 cm, total weight 115 grams.
Spoon: long 10.5 cm.

Condition:
In very good condition with the normal signs of wear and old age - see photos (are part of the description and condition).

Shipping method:
Registered Parcel PostNL.

Lot details
Object
Mustard pot with spoon
Material
.925 silver
Designer/ Artist
E.J. Haseler & C. Bill
Estimated Period
1921
Country of Origin
Chester
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
6.5×4×9 cm
Weight
115 g
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