Group of English Sterling Silver Table Articles
18th to 20th Century
Comprising a sugar caster, two pepper casters, pair of open salts with blue glass liners, chamberstick and cream jug. Height of sugar caster 9 1/2 inches (24.1 cm), total approximately 34 ounces, weighable.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
pepper caster - London, 1811, maker's mark overstruck - 4 1/2 in. ht. - small dent to foot rim; underside engraved "MJL"
pepper caster - Thomas England, London, 1744 - 5 in. ht. - dents to cover; the body is an odd construction and possibly repaired
Pair salts - Thomas Daniell, London, 1786 - 3 1/2 in. long - good condition overall; good detail to engraving; one with initials "JEP" and the other blank, but not soft; clearly hallmarked; one glass liner with chips
chamberstick - John & Thomas Settle, Sheffield, 1818 - good overall; fully hallmarked; lacking scissors; snuffer with repair at peg
cream jug - Dorothy Mills & Thomas Sarbitt, London, 1749 - 3 5/8 in. ht. - repairs to high points of chasing; the handle slightly bent; hallmarks rubbed but legible
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