Beautiful Victorian sterling silver large table cauldron salt, trimmed with a beaded rim and embossed with an ornate leaf and rose design; the baluster body rests on 3 hoof feet. The salt comes with a seashell-styled sterling spoon. The salt has a vacant cartouche, so this set can be personalised as a present!
The salt cellar is made by Robert Harper and assayed for London, 1877; the spoons is made by T H Hazlewood and assayed for Birmingham, 1913.
spoon - 5 cm
cellar - 3 cm tall, 5 cm across the top,
6.5 cm across the feet
47.67 g silver weight
Great antique condition. Some very faint marks inside the cellar; the handle of the salt spoon has tiny dings.
The parcel sill be sent fully tracked and insured.
- No. of items
- Salt and pepper, Spoon, Victorian sterling silver table salt with seashell spoon
- .925 silver
- Designer/ Artist
- Robert Harper
- Louis XIV Style
- Estimated Period
- Second half 19th century
- Country of Origin
- Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
- 3×5×6.5 cm
- 47.67 g