A Pair of Georgian Silver Salts and Spoons Batemans London 1805

A Pair of Georgian Silver Salts, Batemans, London 1805/21
A good pair of George III boat shaped silver salts with blue glass liners. Reeded decoration to both body and legs. 
 Each with an Old English Pattern salt spoon.
Marked for Peter Anne and William Bateman London 1805. 
Each spoon marked for London 1821 by William Bateman.
The boats are in good order with no damage or repair. One of them has slight salt corrosion to the inside. One set of marks is slightly clearer than the other. The seam on one is slightly more visible than on the other. Otherwise very good indeed. The glass liners are originals and without flaw. No damage at all. 
The spoons are in excellent order. No damage or repair and no signs of corrosion. Hallmarks very clearly struck to each
A very attractive pair of early salts in original condition by the Bateman family.
Length: 9cm
Height: 5.5cm
Width: 5.5cm
Weight: 90g or 3.2oz. (without liners)

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