Antique George V Sterling silver salts


Hallmarked in London for 1913 by Robert Pringle & sons.

Sterling Silver and glass.



A pair of Antique George V Sterling silver salts which have oval shaped bodies with pierced decoration, reed detailing around the borders and each resting on four feet.  The blue glass liners, which remain in excellent condition, fit snugly within the bodies and there are two spoons that fit comfortably inside the salts.  These silver salts are both decorative and practical and would be ideal to use on the table.  The salts are dated for London 1913 by Robert Pringle and sons and the salt spoons are dated for Sheffield 1888 by Martin Hall.  They weigh 4.00 troy ounces (124 grams) without the glass liners.

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 5.60 cms (2.2″).

Length : 8.50 cms (3.3″).

Width : 5.30 cms (2.1″).

Weight : 4.00 troy ounces (124 grams) without the liners.

Excellent condition.


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