George III, Georgian, set of four silver salts with spoons. The salts feature an elaborate shell and scroll border and have gilded bowls. The recangular salts are raised on rectangular, pedestal, feet with part fluted detail. The salts and the spoons all bear the crest of the Baines family of York.
Each salt is hallmarked for Sheffield by Robert Gainsford. One is dated 1812, two date to 1818 and one is 1820. The four spoons are all hallmarked for York 1819 for James Barber and William Whitwell.
Approximate weight is 524 grams or 16.8 troy ounces.
Approximate dimension of each salt is 9 cm length by 8.5 cm width and 4 cm height.
Condition is excellent with moderate surface wear and pitting commensurate with age and use with salt.