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A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER DINING ARTICLES
by various makers, 1759-1980
1 February 2023, 10:00 PST
Los Angeles

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A GROUP OF ENGLISH SILVER DINING ARTICLES

by various makers, 1759-1980
Comprising a David Bell thee-legged salt cellar with gilt-washed interior, London, 1759, two Robert Harper salt cellars, London, 1879 with two Francis Higgins II salt spoons with gilt-washed bowls, London, 1868 & 1879, a Harrison Brothers & Howson mustard pot with cobalt glass liner, Sheffield, 1885, a Louis Landsberg footed boat-form salt cellar, London, 1900, a pepperette probably by James Griffiths, Birmingham, 1905, a Fattorini & Sons Ltd. footed sauce boat, Birmingham, 1906, a Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd. small footed bowl, London, 1934, a four-piece bud vase, probably by Hubert Hall, Birmingham, 1912, and a Mills & Hersey pepper grinder, London, 1980, together with a Continental 800 standard silver four-footed salt cellar with gilt-washed interior; height of pepper grinder 6in (15.3cm); total weighable silver approximately 21oz troy (10).

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Provenance
Harrison Brothers & Howson mustard pot: Bonhams, June 1977.
Louis Landsberg salt cellar: Christie's, 1978.
Fattorini & Sons Ltd. sauce boat: Christie's, 1978.

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