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A gold clock salt owned by King Henry VIII made by a French goldsmith based on sketches by Hans Holbein the Younger.

Gold Clock Salt Owned by King Henry VIII (French Goldsmith) based on sketches by Hans Holbein the Younger.

Diego Velázquez, Queen Isabel de Bourbon on Horseback (detail), 1635-6 (x)

“ La Reina Isabel de Borbón (detail) by Diego Velázquez, 1635 ” Incredible detail.

Salt Cellar Date: early 20th century (original dated late 15th century) Culture: British Medium: Silver gilt, glass

Salt Cellar Maker: Elkington & Co. (British, Birmingham, Date: early century (original dated late century) Culture: British Medium: Silver gilt, glass The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Elephant Salt cellar

This hand made sculpture of an Elephant is made of patinated silver bearing a gold-plated salt container in the form of a stylised castle. It comes complete with a gold-plated spoon.

St. Porchaire Standing Saltcellar - attibuted to Philibert de l'Orme and Bernard Palissy, Poitou, France, ca. 1555 - Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati

Saltcellar France, about Design attributed to Philibert de l’Orme (French, Execution attributed to Bernard Palissy (French, about Inlaid and glazed white pottery

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