1898 Antique Victoria Era Sterling Silver Open Salt Pot with Blue Glass Liner Synyer & Beddoes (Harry Synyer & Charles Joseph Beddoes) Birmingham Hallmarks

English silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1898, (date letter “y")

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, pot inside have scratches, really nothing much at all.

Country: Great Britain

Maker: Synyer & Beddoes (Harry Synyer & Charles Joseph Beddoes). Silversmiths initials “SB”

Metal: Silver (0.925)

Measurements ±: Length 9.5 cm and height is 5.5 cm. Weight total weight ±: 94 g. (Without glass liners ± 55 g.)

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