A Pair of Renaissance style Antique Silver Plate SaltsSOLD

These outstanding Renaissance style salts are made in English Silver Plate circa 1860. They are of truly wonderful quality, cast and hand chased, silvered and gilt. The silver plate salts are very heavy, and come with Kings Pattern spoons, also gilt in the bowls.

These silver plated salts are of excellent quality, and are copies of renaissance originals from France or Germany. The condition is very fine with no damage or repair.

Type: Salts
Function: Dining
Country: England


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