Lot 52

A pair of early George III silver cauldron salts, with parcel gilt interiors, both with engraved monogram possibly 'RA' and clear glass liners, tripod bases with shell mounts and pad feet, 6.7 by 4cm high, a/f, David Mowden, London 1868, with a George III salt spoon, 8cm long rubbed maker's mark, London 1801, and a George V salt spoon, 7.2cm long, Thomas William Lack, London 1936, overall 3.7toz overall. (1 bag)
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