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Lump of Rock Salt, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Lump of Rock Salt, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Tomb of Senenmut (TT 71), below, burial 2, in box, MMA excavations, 1935–36 New Kingdom

Oval-shaped salt bowl with cover
Lot's wife turns into a pillar of salt during their flight from Sodom; Abraham, Sara and Isaac worshipping God as token of God's convenant with Abraham (background)
Lot's flight, his wife turned into a pillar of salt; the destruction of Seboïm, Segor and Adama (background) (2nd of 2)
The destruction of Sodom; Lot's flight, his wife turned into a pillar of salt
The destruction of Sodom; Lot's flight, his wife turned into a pillar of salt
The destruction of Sodom; Lot's flight, his wife turned into a pillar of salt
Salt box, 15th century
Salt, 15th century
Design for a Salt Cellar and Tazza
Design for Parade Egg Cups and Combined Egg Cup/Salt Cellar with Lid
Salt, Costume Elements, France, Paris, France
Salt cellar with Aesop’ Fables
Design for a Salt Cellar and Tazza
Silver Salt, Netherlands
Standing salt with cover
Salt box, 15th century
Salt cellar or inkwell with a youth on a sea monster
Two salt cellars
Miniature salt box
Salt spoon
Salt, 17th century
Salt spoon, 17th century
Salt, 16th century
Salt cellar
Salt, 17th century
Pair of salt cellars
Urn with cover or salt
Two salt cellars
Salt, 17th century
Pair of salt cellars
Drawing for Centerpiece and Salt Cellars
Salt, 17th century

Salt, 17th century

Probably by R. Eva

Salt, 16th century

Salt, 16th century

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

Salt cellar
Chinese Salt dish, 17th century
Salt trencher, 17th century
Salt, Costume Elements, France
A "Watership" Carrying Water for Salt Works and Another One Carrying Water for the Breweries
Salt cup, 17th century
Salt or egg spoon (?)
Salt, Henry
Salt, 17th century
Bell-shaped salt, London, England
Two salt cellars
Two salt cellars
Circular salt, 17th century, Augsburg, Bavaria
Double salt, London, England
Double salt

Double salt

R. P., London (ca. 1620's)

Salt Cellar
Salt Cellar
Miniature salt trencher

Miniature salt trencher

Possibly by George Middleton (British, 1660–1745)

Trencher Salt, New York
Trencher Salt, New York
Standing Salt, 17th century, Boston, Massachusetts
Trencher Salt, Boston, Massachusetts
Standing Salt, 17th century
Salt, North and Central America

Salt, North and Central America

Made in United States

Trencher Salt, Boston, Massachusetts
Salt (part of a service)
Salt (part of a service)
Pair of salt trenchers

Pair of salt trenchers

Thomas Ash (active 1652–1712)

Pair of salt trenchers, London, England
This is a draft of a parcell [i.e. parcel] of salt meadow together with severall [i.e. several] hummuks [i.e. hummocks] of upland therein contained lying in the township of Westerly belonging to Mr. William Champlin : measured and drafted this 17th day of September 1717 for M[r.] Daniell [i.e. Daniel] Brown.

This is a draft of a parcell [i.e. parcel] of salt meadow together wit...

Cadastral map showing Champlin's property extending from "the sea shore" to "the salt pond" and including island in salt pond. Also indicates that property north of that of Champlin is "Noyces land." Oriented ... More

Double salt, 18th century, Paris, France
Double salt, 18th century

Double salt, 18th century

Noël-Charles Langlois (master 1708, died 1748)

Trencher Salt

Trencher Salt

Formerly attributed to John Coney (1655/56–1722) Made in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Trencher Salt

Trencher Salt

Formerly attributed to John Coney (1655/56–1722) Made in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Trencher Salt, 18th century, New York
Jacob Hurd - Salt, 18th century, Boston, Massachusetts
Jacob Hurd - Salt, 18th century

Jacob Hurd - Salt, 18th century

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

Trencher Salt, 18th century

Trencher Salt, 18th century

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

[Liang Huai yan chang ji si sheng xing yan tu].

[Liang Huai yan chang ji si sheng xing yan tu].

Pictorial map. Covers Jiangnan, Jiangxi, Huguang, Henan in central China,. Shows distribution of salt industry and trade in the four provinces. Relief shown pictorially. Title supplied. Pen-and-ink and watercol... More

Salt, 18th century, Charles le Roux, New York
Salt, 18th century, Charles le Roux, New York
Salt, 18th century, Charles le Roux

Salt, 18th century, Charles le Roux

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

Salt, 18th century, Charles le Roux

Salt, 18th century, Charles le Roux

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

Crawfish salt (one of a pair), London, England
Crawfish salt (one of a pair)

Crawfish salt (one of a pair)

Chelsea, Lawrence Street Factory

Crawfish salt (one of a pair), London, England
Crawfish salt (one of a pair)

Crawfish salt (one of a pair)

Chelsea, Lawrence Street Factory

Double salt or pepper box, Paris, France
Double salt or pepperbox
Salt, 18th century

Salt, 18th century

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

Salt, 18th century, New York
Salt, 18th century

Salt, 18th century

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

Salt, 18th century, Boston, Massachusetts
Salt, 18th century, Boston, Massachusetts
Salt, 18th century, Frankenthal porcelain manufactory

Salt, 18th century, Frankenthal porcelain manufactory

Frankenthal Porcelain Manufactory (German)

Salt, 18th century

Salt, 18th century

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

Salt cellar in the shape of a putto
Salt, 18th century

Salt, 18th century

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

Salt dish, 18th century, Mennecy porcelain
Salt, 18th century, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Salt, 18th century, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Salt, 18th century

Salt, 18th century

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

Design for a Salt Celler and Two Cups, anonymous French
Design for a Salt Celler, anonymous French
Double salt or pepper box, Paris, France
Double salt or pepperbox

Double salt or pepperbox

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

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