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Antique George I English Silver Salt Cellars

$2,500.00 for the pair
  • London, 1726 by James Gould
  • Dimensions: 1 inch high, 2 7/8 inches in length

A stunning pair of Antique George I English Silver Salt Cellars that are quite elegant in design. These George I Salt Cellars are in a classic elongated octagonal trencher form and are of solid weight with stable incurved corners. They also have an oval sunken well in the center which is quite typical of the period. The more common examples of George I Salt Cellars without incurved corners, are generally much thinner and lighter and they tend to have solder repairs and splits. Thus, as these lovely salts do not have any repairs or splits, they are much more desirable.

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