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Being offered is a fine pair of circa 1955 sterling silver condiment or master salt cellars by William Spratling, of Taxco, Mexico, the cellars with a long everted lip atop spirals of silver, the spoons (with rosewood handles) and bowls large enough to be used for various condiments including horseradish, jam, etc. Smaller spoons for salt are also available. Dimensions: bowls 1 7/8 inches tall by 3 7/8 inches diameter across top rim; spoons 4 inches long. Weight of bowls shy of 6 oz. No monogram. Marked as illustrated in photo. In excellent condition.



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