Art Deco Solid Silver 3 Piece Cruet Set Salt Mustard Pot Shaker Addie Bros 1931
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Art Deco Solid Silver 3 Piece Cruet Set Salt Mustard Pot Shaker Addie Bros 1931:
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<img target="_blank"><img ART DECO SOLID SILVER 3 PIECE CRUET SET SALT MUSTARD POT SHAKER ADDIE BROS is a fine three piece hallmarked sterling silver cruet set made in 1931 by the famous quality makers Addie Brothers Limited, Birmingham. The salt cellar and mustard pot are in a rectangular cauldron form complete with their cobalt blue glass liners. The mustard pot comes with a hallmarkedspoon. All three pieces rest on pad feet. All are clearly hallmarked and all three match, maker, date and assay office marks.
They are in excellent condition, just the usual light surface marks consistent with age and use.
The weight of silver without liners is 96.9g of 0.925 Sterling Silver.
Salt Cellar : L 5cm X W 4cm X H 3cm
Mustard Pot : L 7.5cm X W 4cm X H 5cm
Pepperette: L 3cm X W 3cm X H 8cm
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