Early Antique 19thc Treen Oak Salt
Early Antique 19thc Treen Oak Salt
Early Antique 19thc Treen Oak Salt
Early Antique 19thc Treen Oak Salt

Early Antique 19thc Treen Oak Salt

c. 1830 to c. 1840 English

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A well turned 19thc Oak Salt which has been made from the Oak Timbers of the Royal George, which sank at Spithead in 1782. The Timbers were recovered between 1836 and 1840 by the Deane Brothers and Colonel Parsley who between them created a small souvenir industry from different articles of which this is one.

English. C19thc.
Original.
From the collection of Dr Jonathan Levi. No:881
Illustrated in Dr Levi book "Treen for the table" page 100, Row 3, Number 6.
Dimensions
Height 1.78 inch (4.52 cm)
Diameter 2.75 (6.98 cm)
Medium
Oak
Signed/Inscribed
Royal George
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