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    Posted 8 years ago

    Poop
    (14 items)

    I grabbed this set of 3 salt cellars, one holds the spoon while the other two don't have a lid or spoon. The spoon is not original so if your wondering it did not come with it i actually bought it at a completely different antique store, it is a sterling spoon and i think its from Ireland, England or maybe even Dutch or Germany? I'm able to identify the Anchor hallmark and the Lion hallmark but i'm not to sure what the one in the middle is, by the way it is marked Sterling off to the left of the hallmarks. It almost looks like a ships steering wheel, but I've looked up hallmarks and found nothing like a boats steering wheel. Any input would be much appreciated and i know we've got alot of people on CW that know quite a bit about hallmarks and maybe someone could shed some light if possible. Thank you and have a great day!

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    1. BHock45 BHock45, 8 years ago
      Poop as soon as i get home ill hit the books and try to help I'm on my iPhone now but it looks great! Looks English from here!
    2. BHock45 BHock45, 8 years ago
      I actually don't think it is English. If it says "STERLING", then it is probably American. If it is American, could it be P.W. Ellis?

      Scroll down to see their Hallmarks here:
      http://www.sterlingflatwarefashions.com/Silversmiths/SilversmithsE2.html
    3. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Maybe pw ellis but it dosent seem to match up exactly but ill have to recheck the other 2 and see if the hallmarks are clearer
    4. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Bhock your the best! Mystery solved! I looked at the other two with a magnify glass and i could make out half of the letter "E"! Thank you very much for your help and input!! :)
    5. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Btw p.w.ellis was a canadian company
    6. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      I want to find the original spoon that would of went with this but i doubt it will be easy to find the exact spoon the went with this set unfortunately :(
    7. BHock45 BHock45, 8 years ago
      Oh good news poop! Yes you are correct Canada, similar hallmarking easy to confuse.
    8. BHock45 BHock45, 8 years ago
      poop do you intend on polishing this? I love the combo shiny silver and cobalt glass! It is my favorite combo. In fact, I do have any pieces in that combo, maybe I should try to find something!!!!
    9. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Honestly im probably just goin to keep it original, i like the luster :) and its i didnt even know it was a canadian manafacture until i looked it up and i would deffinetly look into glass cellars, i seen one at an antique store from 1780-1790 and instead of the blue cobalt liners with sterling it has cranberry colored glass liners, very beautiful and very collectible items!! Thanks again for the input and kindness!!
    10. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks belling!! :)
    11. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thaaanks nicole!! :)
    12. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks for the love kerry, bhock and mustang!!!
    13. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks trusty!!
    14. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thank you very much pops!!
    15. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks for looking petey!!
    16. pw-collector pw-collector, 8 years ago
      Poop, nice Waterbury (I think) alarm clock in the first photo.
      Dave
    17. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      You and me both! Thanks for the love!
    18. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thank pw!! And i kind of figured it was an alarm clock but i wasnt positive, thanks for the love!!!
    19. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks for looking and loving dean!!
    20. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks moonstone!!
    21. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks Geo!
    22. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks catsnuff!!
    23. Poop Poop, 8 years ago
      Thanks pickrknows!!
    24. Poop Poop, 7 years ago
      thanks perfumer!

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