A Group of English Silver Table Accessories
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The first a very fine George III mustard pot with hinged cover (2.75 x 4 in.), mark of Robert & David Hennell, London (1796) hallmarks, with period bright cut engraving and monogram "THR" to one cartouche, with clear glass liner, sold with a NY coin silver mustard ladle with the same monogram and mark of Garrett Eoff (4.75 in.) (lid to mustard pot sprung, minor chipping to liner); the second a George II silver creamer with rubbed hallmarks, monogrammed "R / RM" and engraved 1743 to base (handle re-attached); and a pair of George II salts cellars with rubbed marks and raised on hoof feet (some minor denting).
9.35 total troy oz.