A fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian English sterling silver salts made by Henry Chawner; an addition to our silver cruet and condiment collection
These fine antique George III sterling silver salts have a plain rounded oval form to an oval pedestal foot.
The surface of each salt is encircled with a plain applies girdle above the contemporary engraved initials 'EPC'.
The oval feet and upper rims of these impressive examples of Georgian silverware are encircled with applied thread decorated borders.
These antique salts, crafted by the renowned London silversmith Henry Chawner, have gilded interiors.
These antique silver salts are a very good gauge of silver, excellent quality and in excellent condition in keeping with age.
Full hallmarks struck to the underside of each salt are all very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Georgian silverware.
6.4 troy ounces/200g
Origin: London, England
Maker: Henry Chawner
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Antique Sterling Silver Salts by Henry Chawner (1791)
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