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Condiment sets, 1870s - 1970s

(Clockwise from left) E. Barnard, London: a novelty pair of salt and pepper pots in the form of large, upright standing owls, with orange and black glass eyes, and removable heads for refilling, each bearing maker’s marks and hallmarks for 1975. Height of each: 4½ inches (11 cms).

REFERENCE: 4701

Price Code: SOLD

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J.J. London, 1909: a novelty cast silver salt cellar, modelled as a muzzled and chained brown bear, the salt cellar depicted as a basket with a silver-gilt lined interior, the whole on a shaped circular socle with ornate feet. Bearing maker’s marks and hallmarks for London, 1909. Height: 4 inches (10 cms).

REFERENCE: 4705

Price Code: SOLD

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R. Comyns London: a Sterling silver condiment set, of salt, pepper and mustard, superbly cast in the form of three upright owls, with orange and black glass eyes, the mustard spoon modelled as a captured mouse. Hallmarked London 1967. Height of mustard: 3 inches (8 cms), height of salt and pepper pots: 2½ inches (6 cms).

REFERENCE: 4703

Price Code: SOLD

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Sebastian Garrard: an extremely stylish Sterling silver novelty ‘dog’ pepper pot in the form of a seated mastiff, the pierced head removable for refilling, bearing makers marks and hallmarks for London, 1922. Height: 2½ inches (6 cms).

REFERENCE: 4702

Price Code: SOLD

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George Unite, Birmingham: a pair of very stylish novelty sardine servers in the form of a gardener’s spade and fork, with ivory handles and engraved foliate decoration to the sterling silver fork and spade. Fully hallmarked, Birmingham 1872. Both set within original fitted leather and velvet case. Length of each: 6½ inches (16 cms).

REFERENCE: 4698

Price Code: ££

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Reference: 4701, 4705, 4703, 4702 & 4698

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