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This is a vintage silver salt cellar by the renowned William Spratling of Taxco, Mexico. This piece is cataloged by Phyllis Goddard on her Spratling Silver site as SAL-2 where she goes on to explain that this salt was first offered through Montgomery Ward's catalog of 1943.
This particular salt dish is dated to 1946 and has a flared top that sits on a square base. Clearly marked and immediately recognizable as a Spratling piece. His history is long and interesting and he is featured in many, if not most, books that focus on silver jewelry of Mexico. Anything by William Spratling is a true collector piece and his work is housed in many museums. This salt is hallmarked: "WS Spratling - Made in Mexico - Sterling". The size is 1 1/4" in height, 1 5/8" in diameter and it weight 24 grams. The condition is excellent vintage. I have included a sterling silver salt spoon featuring a fish.

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William Spratling Sterling Silver Salt Cellar with Spoon c.1946

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: Sterling Silver, Handcrafted
  • Only ships within United States.
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