Antique Silver Salt and Pepper Set
Maker: John Figg
A good quality antique silver salt and pepper condiment set in a gilt silver frame with carrying handle. Simple classical...
A good quality antique silver salt and pepper condiment set in a gilt silver frame with carrying handle. Simple classical form with beaded borders and little shaped feet. The bottles are the original Bristol blue cut glass. The salt cellar has a hinged cover, the pepperette has the standard lift off top.
Weight of stand 97 grams (without bottles), 3.1 troy ounces.
Height 11cm. Width of stand 10cm.
Maker John Figg.
The accompanying salt spoon is London 1832 by Robert Hennell II.
All pieces are in very good condition. The antique glass has some very minor frits as one would expect from glass of this date.
Maker: John Figg
John Figg, London silversmith, apprenticed to William Elliott 1826, free 1833. 1st mark as plateworker 1834. 2nd mark (2 sizes) 1838.
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