A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar
A naturalistic Salt Cellar

JOHN BRIDGE (worked 1824-1834)

A naturalistic Salt Cellar

1825 United Kingdom

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John Bridge of Rundell, Bridge.
A George IV Salt Cellar formed as a sea urchin resting on coral branches with a rocky base, London 1825.
This salt matches another in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum. The number '4' is struck on the inside of the shell and the number' 2' on the base of the gilt removable liner: which would suggest that this cellar was part of a set of four or perhaps six.
Good. A minor bruise to the gilt liner.
Dimensions
Height 6.40 cm (2.52 inches)
Diameter 8.70 cm (3.43 inches)
Weight 353.30g (11.36oz t)
Stock Code
O4362
Medium
Silver
Peter Cameron

Peter Cameron
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