Lot 1389
A Grouping of English Sterling Silver
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
First a Georgian teaspoon, with mark of Francis Howden, Edinburgh (rubbed date letter), with armorial engraving to handle of a stag head beneath a worn motto, period (5 3/8 in.); second a Victorian master salt spoon with mark of John Stone, Exeter (1858), period "N" monogram (4 in.); the third a triangular form mustard pot with hinged cover, mark of William Aitken, Birmingham (1905), cobalt glass liner (2 x 3.25 x 2.5 in.); and an unmarked salt shovel.

.75 total weighable troy oz

Good estate condition with light surface scratches from use, minor pinpoint dents to rim of cellar.