William Suckling Ltd.

English Silver Condiment Set

First Half 20th Century

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Description

English sterling silver condiment set and case.

  • Sold as a set of 10 pieces; 2 mustard pots, 2 mustard spoons, 2 open salts, 2 salt spoons and 2 pepper shakers.
  • Salt spoons made by J. Sherwood & Sons in Birmingham in 1903.
  • Pots, salts and shakers made by William Suckling, Ltd in Birmingham in 1932.
  • Mustard spoons made by Francis Howard, Ltd in Sheffield in 1968.
  • Drum-form mustard pots with hinged domed covers topped with ovoid finials.
  • Drum-form open salts with gilt-washed spoons.
  • Cylindrical pepper shakers with molded base.
  • All pieces are fully marked.
Condition Report
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Wear consistent with age and use.

Dimensions

Mustard pot: Height: 2.25 inches / 5.71 cm

Width: 2.75 inches / 6.98 cm

Depth: 1.87 inches / 4.76 cm

Open salt: Height: 1.5 inches / 3.81 cm

Depth: 1.87 inches / 4.76 cm


Pepper shaker: Height: 2.62 inches / 6.66 cm

Depth: 1 inch / 2.54 cm


Mustard spoon: 2.5 inches / 6.35 cm


Salt spoon: 2.5 inches / 6.35 cm


Case: Height: 2.87 inches / 7.3 cm

Width: 7.75 inches / 19.68 cm

Depth: 7 inches / 17.78 cm 

Materials
Sterling Silver
Period
Art Deco
Decorative Style
Modern Style
Country of Origin
England
SKU

C9539

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