Lot 93

A collection of George III and later silver cruets, comprising a pair of late Victorian cauldron salts with three shell mounted feet and blue glass liners, William Hutton & Sons Ltd. Sheffield, rubbed date mark, 6.3 by 3cm, an Edward VII mustard pot of octagonal form with shell mount to single handle and pierced decoration to main body, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1902, 8 by 3.8 by 4.7cm high overall, a pair of salt and pepper cellars of urn form, Henry Williamson Ltd. Birmingham 1902, 8.4cm high, a George V salt cellar of urn form, William Neale & Son, Birmingham 1928, 7.3cm high, a George VI egg cup, rubbed maker's marks, possibly W I Broadway & Co. Birmingham 1947, 5.5cm high, a George III condiment spoon, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1802, 9.5cm long, a pair of salt spoons, J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1941, each 6.4cm long and a salt spoon with beaded decoration, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1915, 7cm long, 7toz overall in weighable silver. (1 bag)
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