A Pair of Matching Silver Cauldron Salts with later spoons

Pair of Silver George II Salts 1738 (CB/475)

  • A Pair of Matching Silver Cauldron Salts Made by Edward Wood, London 1738 Also included are a pair of matching condiment spoons made by Anne and George Burrows 1802. The cauldrons have glass liners, one is original and one is later but of an age and not modern. The condition of the salts is very good, they have a monogram The spoons are in excellent order. There are no repairs or dents in either of the four items The cauldrons stand 1.75" high and the spoons are 4" in length. Total silver weight is 250 grams of all four items Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information regarding this item UK Postage Free (Special delivery) Courier services & Worldwide shipping available, please contact us for details and delivery charges Pay pal accepted via the website Bank transfers accepted Credit/Debit cards accepted by telephone





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