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Design for Parade Egg Cups and Combined Egg Cup/Salt Cellar with Lid

Erasmus Hornick (Netherlandish, Antwerp ca. 1520–1583 Prague)

Standing salt with cover

Salt was a precious commodity in England during the sixteenth century, and its value was reflected by the elaborate gilt-silver containers that were made to hold it on the dining table. The so-called standing ... more

A "Watership" Carrying Water for Salt Works and Another One Carrying Water for the Breweries

Reinier Nooms, called Zeeman (Dutch, Amsterdam ca. 1623–1664 Amsterdam)

Salt

The scrolled supports are intended to hold a napkin over the salt.

Miniature salt trencher

Possibly by George Middleton (British, 1660–1745)

Salt

Probably by R. Eva

Drawing for Centerpiece and Salt Cellars

Anonymous, Italian, 18th century

Standing Salt

This early standing salt has four cast knops to support a dish of fruit or nuts. John Allen (1671/72–1760) Made in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Pair of salt trenchers

Thomas Ash (active 1652–1712)

Double salt

Noël-Charles Langlois (master 1708, died 1748)

Salt

Jacob Hurd (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1702/3–1758 Boston, Massachusetts) Made in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Trencher Salt

Jacob Ten Eyck (1705–1793) Made in Albany, New York, United States

Salt

Charles Le Roux (baptized 1689–1745) Made in New York, New York, United States

Salt

Charles Le Roux (baptized 1689–1745) Made in New York, New York, United States

Crawfish salt (one of a pair)

Chelsea, Lawrence Street Factory

Crawfish salt (one of a pair)

Chelsea, Lawrence Street Factory

Double salt or pepperbox

The two shell-like covers of this box conceal shallow compartments for salt or pepper. Rococo-style salts like this one were made in matching sets that were arranged around the dining table in front of each gue... more

Salt

Josiah Austin (1719/20–ca. 1780) Made in Charlestown, Massachusetts, United States

Salt

Josiah Austin (1719/20–ca. 1780) Made in Charlestown, Massachusetts, United States

Salt

Frankenthal Porcelain Manufactory (German)

Salt

Benjamin Halsted (1734–1817) Made in New York, New York, United States

Salt

Thomas Shields (1742–1819) Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Salt

Thomas Shields (1742–1819) Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Salt dish

Mennecy

Double salt or pepperbox

Edme-Pierre Balzac (1705–ca. 1786, master 1739, recorded 1781)

Triple salt

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Design for a Salt Celler

Anonymous, French, 18th century

Salt and pepper boxes

Edme-Pierre Balzac (1705–ca. 1786, master 1739, recorded 1781)

Design for a Salt Celler and Two Cups

Anonymous, French, 18th century

A perspective view of the salt works in Salisbury, New England

Print shows view of a salt works on the Merrimack River, near Newburyport, Massachusetts, with large meadow in the foreground.

Salt (one of two) (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Salt

Attributed to New Bremen Glass Manufactory (1784–1795) Made in Frederick County, New Bremen, Maryland, United States

Salt

Possibly David Tyler (1760–1804) Possibly made in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Salt

Possibly David Tyler (1760–1804) Possibly made in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

The Salt Maidens Murusame and Matsukaze

Torii Kiyonaga (Japanese, 1752–1815) Edo period (1615–1868)

Salt (one of two) (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Salt spoon

Charles Christofle

Salt Bag

Country of Origin Northwest Iran or South Caucasus

Covered Dish, Two Egg Cups, and Two Salt Cellars

Anonymous, Italian, 19th century