A George 111 Silver Salt Cellar Hallmarked London 1762
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A George 111 silver salt cellar hallmarked London 1762 by maker David Mowden.
This salt cellar is highly decorative with a gadrooned rim and repoussé floral design around the centre. It is raised on three feet of a hoof design, and which also carry decoration.
Given that it is over two hundred and fifty years old the condition is very good with only marks to the bottom of the bowl presumably where a spoon has been used to serve salt.
The salt cellar has only been lightly cleaned so as to leave the patina built up over many years.
An attractive item which could make a lovely addition to a collection of Georgian silverware.
This item is available online only however if visiting the Antiques Centre please visit Cabinet 138 on the Lower Ground Floor to view a selection of collectables, silverware, costume jewellery and Moorcroft pottery from early vintage pieces to more modern examples.