Description and Details
This unique pair of Victorian solid silver salt cellars was made by silversmith Daniel & John Wellby in London, 1886.
Upon first glance, this pair is a little different from the counterpart salts, featuring a pedestal design and a square base in combination with a circular top bowl, the pair sets itself apart from the usual pair.
The set remains in excellent condition with a beautiful gilt top bowl, a gadrooned band beneath the bowl and fine engravings along the neck/base of the foot.
The gilding not only provides an aesthetical purpose but prevents the oxidation of silver from the contents that may be placed upon the cellars. Suggested uses: Salt, pepper, spices, condiments of your choice.
Full English hallmarks are present on the side of the bases of both pieces.
A compact yet collectable set of salts, ideal for display on a dining table to spice up your interior decor with a hint of silver & gold sparkles and Victorian aesthetics.
- Size (mm) Height: 75mm Width: 75mm
- Size (inches) Height: 2.95 Width: 2.95
- Total Weight: 198 grams (7.0 oz)
Excellent Condition - The cellars in excellent antique condition with no damage or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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