A pair of matched George III silver salts maker's mark W.E?,  London 1809 and 1815, together with a pair of graduating swing-handled sugar baskets and a small presentation tankard  (5)
Lot 360
A pair of matched George III silver salts maker's mark W.E?, London 1809 and 1815, together with a pair of graduating swing-handled sugar baskets and a small presentation tankard (5)
£500 - 600
US$ 840 - 1,000
Lot Details
A pair of matched George III silver salts
maker's mark W.E?, London 1809 and 1815
Rectangular form with applied gardooned rims interrupted with shells, raised on a rectangular foot with gardooned borders, each engraved with a crest to one side, length 9.5cm; together with two graduating swing-handled sugar baskets, one by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1910, with beaded borders, the pierced sides with rosettes, swags and guilloche band, central vacant oval reserve all below a fluted border and surmounting stylised acanthus leaves, height 11cm, the second, apparently unmarked, similarly decorated, both missing glass liners, height 14cm, and a small presentation tankard, by Dorothy Langlands, Newcastle circa 1805, tapering cylindrical form, with loop handle, the body with three reeded bands, height 7cm, weight 20oz. (5)
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