A Pair of Regency Old Sheffield Plate Salt Dishes

These old Sheffield Plate dishes are heavy, and of beautiful quality. They are circa 1805, fire gilt inside, while the borders are applied sterling silver. The gilding is in perfect condition, as are the salts in general. Each Old Sheffield Plate salt bears a set of engraved initials underneath.

They are quite large, almost 4.5 inches diameter and about three quarters of an inch deep. They could be used, as intended, for salt or for sauces and condiments, or even as sweet or nut dishes!

A beautiful pair of Old Sheffield Plate dishes.

Type: Salts
Function: Dining
Country: England

Price: £ 165 GBP

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