Explore our Collection of Antique Silver, Silver Plate and Bronze Cruets, Salts, Peppers, Pepperettes, Pepper Mills, Condiment Sets and Breakfast Sets
A charming late Victorian John Grinsell & Son silver plate and cut glass pepper with an ebony wood grinding handle, spiral glass body and metal grinding mechanism. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1895).
A charming antique Victorian silver plated preserve pot with a pull off lid and cast strawberry style finial. The frosted glass liner forms the body with spiral and scroll supporting columns. In very good condition. (Circa 1895).
A novelty Edwardian silver plated golf cruet with three crossed golf clubs forming the stand a central golf ball handle and three cut glass star cut bottles resembling golf balls. (Circa 1910).
A charming boxed set of antique Victorian salts with Imari porcelain style liners and wire work silver hallmarked frames and with four beautifully made gilt shovel shaped spoons. In their original blue velvet lined box. In very good original condition. (1891).
A very stylish boxed silver three piece condiment set comprising salt, pepper, mustard and two matching spoons. The condiments have trumpet shaped bodies with square shaped finals and original blue glass linings. In very good original condition. (1933).
A pair of good quality Edwardian oval silver mustard pots in a Georgian style with plain bodies, a scroll egg and dart border standing on four cast fluted pad feet, complete with the original blue glass liners. (1911).
A very unusual antique oval Newcastle silver mustard pot with a ball finial, scroll handle, a completely plain body and original blue glass liner. (1805).
A very good quality antique Edwardian silver condiment set comprising two salts, two peppers, one blue glass lined mustard pot and three spoons in their original blue velvet lined box. The salts are shaped in a plain porringer style and the glass liner is original. (1911).
An attractive four piece silver condiment set comprising salt, pepper, mustard pot and spoon. The salt and pepper are in a plain urn shaped form and the mustard pot is complete with spoon and the original blue glass liner in a fitted black velvet lined box. (1939).
Mappin & Webb silver plated double pickle jar stand with a rectangular base wire work frame and pair of cut glass lidded jars. (c.1900)
Cast silver sitting dog salt and pepper pair made from a heavy gauge of silver.