DescriptionA Pair of Robert Frederick Fox George V Silver Figural Open Salts and Spoons, London, 1910
Marks: (lion passant), (leopard's head), p, RFF, (T&Co-star)
3-3/4 inches high x 3-1/8 inches wide (9.5 x 7.9 cm) (salts)
23.97 troy ounces
The pair of sterling salts, each in open-bowl shell-form, raised by four figural dolphin standards, twelve-sided base raised on four conch feet, spoons with conforming motifs.
Light pitting to interiors, some rubbing consistent with moderate use, both salts almost sit flush on even surface, with wear and surface scratches commensurate with age, polishing, and use.
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