Set of six Victorian silver pedestal salts with gilded insides made by William Hutton in 1868 with matched spoons by Henry Holland which are also gilded on their bowls. Perfect as individual small sauce or condiment pots.
Set 6 silver salts cruet condiment pots & spoons London 1868
A lovely and unusual set of Victorian silver pedestal salts or condiment pots with spoons. The salts are by William Hutton hallmarked in 1868 and the spoons are by Henry Holland. The rims of the salts are surrounded by foliate engraving. The circular foot carries a beaded pattern which is reflected in the edging of the spoons. One spoon appears to have been replaced at one point having a round bowl while the other 5 spoons have shell shaped bowls.
The salts and spoons come in their original retail box and appear to have been sold by Mappin and Webb who had several shops in London as well as other major cities.
The pots measure 1.8 ins or 4.5 cms high.
2.1 ins or 5.5 cms across
The total silver weight - spoons included is 255 grams