A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.
A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.
A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.
A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.
A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.
A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.

A very unusual pair of George III Cast Salts made in London in 1818 by Joseph Craddock & William K. Reid.

1818 London

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The Salts are of a design which we had not previously seen and are circular in form with a slightly baluster body. The everted rim is decorated with gadrooning interspersed with Rococo shells flanked by acanthus foliage. Each stand on four most unusual hairy paw feet which are attached to the main body with shell mouldings surrounded by scrolls and acanthus foliage. The interiors are gilded and the front is engraved with a contemporary Crest.

Height: 2.2 inches, 5.5cm
Diameter: 4.25 inches, 10.63cm
Weight: 17oz the pair.
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