George VI Sterling silver condiment set (Sold)

Hallmarked in Sheffield for 1947 by Viners.

Sterling Silver



A George VI Sterling silver condiment set which has been made in the Art Deco style and consists of a salt. pepper and mustard pot. The “lighthouse” designed salt and pepper have simple plain bodies with lined detailing and the lids are easily detached in order to re-fill. The mustard pot has a hinged lid and looks like a miniature tankard with a blue glass liner sitting snugly inside the body. The mustard spoon is silver but has been made by Henry Atkin. This set would be perfect to use on the table and would blend in well with other silver items from the same era. This set sits neatly in a fitted box which is showing some sign of wear. The pepper stands 7.1 cms high. the salt stands at 8.00 cms and the mustard pot is 6.7 cms.

Additional Information

Height: 8.00 cms

Weight: 7.50 troy ounces ( 233.25 grams).


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