A pair of matched George I/II Trencher Salts both made in London, one in 1726 by Glover Johnson and one in 1733 by Edward Wood.
A pair of matched George I/II Trencher Salts both made in London, one in 1726 by Glover Johnson and one in 1733 by Edward Wood.
A pair of matched George I/II Trencher Salts both made in London, one in 1726 by Glover Johnson and one in 1733 by Edward Wood.
A pair of matched George I/II Trencher Salts both made in London, one in 1726 by Glover Johnson and one in 1733 by Edward Wood.

A pair of matched George I/II Trencher Salts both made in London, one in 1726 by Glover Johnson and one in 1733 by Edward Wood.

1726 london

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£2,450 gbp
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The Salt Cellars of typical Trencher form with incuse sides decorated with reeding. The oval bowls are palely gilded and both are marked underneath.

Height: 1 inch, 2.5 cm.
Length: 3 inches, 7.5cm.
Width: 2.5 inches, 6.25cm.
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