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Lot 35 - September 2015

A group of four early/mid 19th century silver and glass condiments | Grand Auctions
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Lot 35
A group of four early/mid 19th century silver and glass condiments

Auction: September 2015

Comprising of a George III silver topped cut glass condiment, mark of John Emes, London 1806 with a Victorian silver spoon, mark of John Stone, Exeter 1838, a George III silver topped glass condiment of cylindrical form, mark of Robert Gainsford, Sheffield A group of four early/mid 19th century silver and glass condiments. Comprising of a George III silver topped cut glass condiment, mark of John Emes, London 1806 with a Victorian silver spoon, mark of John Stone, Exeter 1838, a George III silver topped glass condiment of cylindrical form, mark of Robert Gainsford, Sheffield 1840, a silver salt with a Bristol blue glass liner, mark of George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1913 together with a George V silver pepper pot with a Bristol blue liner, mark of Elkington & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1913. (5 items) Condiment: 6 in (15.2 cm) height. Condiment spoon: 5 in (12.6 cm) length. Condiment: 4.8 in (12.3 cm) height. Salt: 3.1 in (7.8 cm) length. Pepper pot: 2.5 in (6.3 cm) height.

Estimate: £60 - £90

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