Description: A rare pair Georgian silver’trencher’ salts. Trencher salts are early salt cellars. Trenchers were individual slabs of hard wood that served as plates, and salts were placed next to each trencher. Stable design of incurved corners, having excellent hallmarks for London 1736 and scratch initials on the underside. Condition: In exceptional antique condition with no damage or repair and minimal age related wear. S with a flower above, LONDON 1736. Dimensions: Base: 60 x 75mm. I have many stunning pieces of collector’s silver in my shop, please look at my other items. I aim only to list antique silver items that are without damage, repair, alteration or undue wear. My silver pieces are ideal as special gifts, for collectors, for investors, or for resale by dealers. I provide clear descriptions and photos. The silver is photographed in flat natural light, but silver is so reflective that black spots from the camera and other reflections are sometimes unavoidable. Please check the dimensions of the object carefully as apparent size can be deceptive. Bank details provided on request. Sizes, weights etc are all approximate. The item “Rare pair silver George II silver trencher salts, I. S London 1736″ is in sale since Tuesday, April 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Salt & Pepper Cellars/Shakers”. The seller is “13highstreet” and is located in Stroud. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Age: Pre-1800
- Product: Georgian silver trencher salts
- Composition: Solid Silver
- Maker: I.S.
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