"Two Pairs Of Salies, Forming Pendant, In Solid Silver. Eighteenth Century"Two pairs of salt shakers in sterling silver, forming pendant.
In the center, two loves, opposite, frame a medailon, while a garland of flowers, held by knots, goes around the salt shaker.
The amounts simulate columns, of console form.
They rest on small feet, fluted or ball, depending on the model.
If they are so similar, they are almost the same time, the punches being authentic:
The first pair (in photo), which is distinguished by its fluted feet, is dated Paris 1780-1789.
The second pair (in photo), which is distinguished by small feet boulle, dates from 1809-1819.
These two pairs can be sold together or separately.
The price quoted is for ONE pair.
They are in perfect condition