Four Victorian sterling silver salt cellars and spoons. The four salt cellars are each rectangular in shape with gadrooned rims, floral repousse decorated bodies and four ball feet, with marks for London, sterling, 1880-1881 and maker's marks DH CH for Daniel and Charles Houle and measure 1-3/4"H x 3-1/2"W x 2-3/4"D. The spoons (3-7/8"L) feature an elaborate handle (front and back) with marks for London, 1859-60. 13.72 oz troy total weight. Condition: Salts have no liners; one with corrosion to rim.
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