Georgian, George III, set of four pierced silver salts with blue glass liners. Each frame is delicately hand pierced and stands on four bracket feet. The upper rim is beaded whilst the base is reeded. A central cartouche to one side is monogrammed.
In good condition. These salt frames are delicate and there is no damage to the pierced work. Split repairs to the undersides of the frames. Two of the blue glass liners are replacements and there is no glass damage.
Each frame is hallmarked for London 1778 by William Abdy I.
Approximate weight of all four silver salt frames is 151 grams or 4.8 troy ounces.
Approximate weight of all four salts and liners is 486 grams.
Approximate dimension of one salt is 8 cm length, 6 cm width and 5.2 cm height.