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Grouping of Royal Crown Derby porcelain and London silver salt cellars. Pair of London sterling silver salt cellars with cobalt glass inserts, hallmarks for Robert Hennell II and date letter for 1778 together with a sterling salt spoon, hallmarks for William Sumner I plus eight (8) Royal Crown Derby Kings pattern porcelain items including a coffee pot, 1 covered sugar bowl, 1 creamer, 2 covered sauce dishes and 3 shaped trays, all with red Early 19th century Derby marks to the bases. Ranging in size from 9 1/4" x 5 3/4" to 5 3/4" H x 11 3/4" L x 5 3/4 W. Sterling salts w/out liners & spoon weigh: 2.995 total troy ounces. CONDITION: Salt cellars and spoon in overall good condition with general wear. All porcelain pieces overall good condition with varying wear to decoration. Coffeepot with repairs and losses to spout, minor fleabites to underside of lid. One of the shaped trays with glue repair. Remaining pieces overall good condition.