1892 Antique Victorian Era Egg Shaped Sterling Silver Pair Pepper and Cayenne Shakers Silversmith William Hutton & Sons (Edward Hutton) London Hallmarks


This antique pair of egg-shaped sterling silver pepper and cayenne shakers dates back to the Victorian era, specifically the year 1892. These exquisite shakers were crafted by the renowned silversmith William Hutton & Sons, with Edward Hutton as the maker, and bear London hallmarks.
Design: The shakers feature a sleek, egg-shaped design with perforated tops for dispensing pepper and cayenne. Each shaker is clearly engraved with "PEPPER" and "CAYENNE," ensuring their intended use is unmistakable. The simplicity and elegance of the design highlight the exceptional craftsmanship typical of the Victorian period.
Maker's Mark: The shakers are stamped with the hallmark of William Hutton & Sons, along with the London assay marks, which include the lion passant for sterling silver, the leopard's head for London, and the date letter 'R' for the year 1892.
English silver hallmarks for London 1892, (date letter "R") Lovely antique condition, no splits or cracks, no solder repairs, and no nasty knocks or dents, just minor little age-related surface bruises from normal use, really nothing much at all. Unusual egg shaped peppers are weighted (weights is silver) so that they always stand up.
Country: Great Britain
Maker: Silversmiths initials "EH” William Hutton & Sons (Edward Hutton)
Measurements ±: 4.5 cm in height, 3.3 cm in length.
Metal: Silver (0.925) Weight total ±: 137 g.
This pair of shakers is a significant artifact for collectors of antique silverware, offering a tangible connection to the Victorian era's craftsmanship and decorative arts.
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SKU: PP17-
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