pair of early 19th century indian colonial salt casters circa 1810

PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY INDIAN COLONIAL SALT CASTERS, CIRCA 1810


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

MARS88

Description

This rare pair of Indian Colonial solid silver salts were made circa 1810. Of cylindrical form, they are raised on a hollow circular foot. Each cylindrical body inscribed 'Salt' beneath a gadrooned rim and pierced removable cover. They were most probably made in Calcutta circa 1810-20. The hallmarks are very faint but appear to include a makers mark and pseudo Lion passant marks. They are very distinctive of the period.
Hallmarks:
Very faint.
Condition:
Very good for the age.
No dings or dents.
No loss to piercings on dome covers.
Firm bases.
Dimensions and Weight:
Height: 9cm / 3.4 inches.
Diameter: 4.5cm / 1.6 inches.
Weight: 192 g / 6 3/4 oz.
Postage UK: 8 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 12 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: MARS88


Dimensions

Height = 9 cm (4")
Width = 4.5 cm (2")
Depth = 4.5 cm (2")



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