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Pretty Pair of Victorian Pierced Neoclassical Salts Chester 1900 (1 of 13)
The Fancy Fox
Suffolk, UK

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Pretty Pair of Victorian Pierced Neoclassical Salts Chester 1900

REF: FA1058 / LA349383
£185
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Description
A very pretty pair of late Victorian silver table salts of serpentine shape stood on ball and claw feet. Ribbed rims, pierced decoration to the walls reserving a small vacant cartouche on one side, and multiple bright cut engraved bands running above and below the pierced frieze. Both hallmarked for Chester 1900, makers George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.

measurements

Height:
5.3 cm
Width:
8.6 cm
Depth:
6.5 cm
Weight:
295 g
They measure 8.6cm (3 3/8") wide by 6.5cm (2 1/2") deep and 5.3cm (2 1/") high. The total weight is 295g, silver weight 106g / 3.4ozt.

declaration

The Fancy Fox has clarified that the Pretty Pair of Victorian Pierced Neoclassical Salts Chester 1900 (LA349383) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1900

condition

Condition is good. One has a small loss to the pierced decoration and a short repaired section. The liner has a tiny chip to the outside edge which cannot be seen when in place. No other damage or other issues. One of the liners must be a match as one has a star cut in to the base which the other lacks but otherwise they appear identical and fit perfectly.

location

This Pretty Pair of Victorian Pierced Neoclassical Salts Chester 1900 is located in United Kingdom