A cased Victorian silver 'Abercrombie' pattern four-piece tea and coffee service by Robert Hennell, London 1863 together with a pair of Victorian silver salts, by Horace Woodward & Co, Birmingham 1893 (6)
A pair of Victorian silver salt, salt cellars and peppers with trays in the manner of Edward Farrell by William Leuchars, London 1885, one salt 1888 together with a matched salt, salt cellar and mustard pot with spoon (11)next page
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