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19th Century Nymphenburg Master Salt Cellars, Pair
By Nymphenburg Porcelain
Located in San Francisco, CA
This pair of Master Salt Cellars has the blue under glaze mark of Nymphenburg. The scenic landscape is hand painted with great detail and skill. The painted cartouche is surrounded...
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Antique Mid-19th Century German Rococo Revival Porcelain

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Porcelain

Three-Part Silver Salt Shaker or Cellar, 19th Century
Located in Madrid, ES
Three-part silver salt Shaker, 19th century. Salt Shaker made up of three bodies lowered at their edges so that they fit together and unite in a chamfered half oval at the top, deco...
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Antique 19th Century European Neoclassical More Dining and Entertaining

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Silver

Late 19th Century of Pair of French Silver Salt Cellars
Located in Firenze, IT
Oval form in silver and silver gilt, on four feet, with blue glass liners,length 7.6cm Weight : 124.6gr.
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Antique 1850s French Louis Philippe Sterling Silver

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Silver

Bohemian Sterling Silver and Cut Crystal Swan Master Salt Cellar, 19th Century
Located in Esbjerg, DK
A Faberge inspired master salt cellar. A detailed Swan with articulated wings, solid neck, chest, head and a body in clear cut crystal - possibly Swarowski. It is stamped 855 indicat...
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Antique 19th Century European Victorian Sterling Silver

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Crystal, Silver

Pair of 19th Century Victorian Majolica Figural Salt Cellars Minton
By Minton
Located in The Hills, TX
A charming pair of Victorian Majolica couple dressed holding a basket. End of 19th century. Signed Minton and designed by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse.
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Serving Pieces

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Ceramic

Continental Silver Gilt Salt Cellars
Located in New Orleans, LA
This set of six 19th century Continental silver gilt salt cellars take the triangular form of silver salts used by the affluent in Renaissance-era Germany. The salts are masterfully ...
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Antique 19th Century Unknown Renaissance Tableware

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Silver

  • Continental Silver Gilt Salt Cellars
  • Continental Silver Gilt Salt Cellars
  • Continental Silver Gilt Salt Cellars
  • Continental Silver Gilt Salt Cellars
H 2.63 in. W 5.38 in. D 5.38 in.
Salt cellar, early 19 century, gilded bronze and carnelian
Located in Florence, IT
The object consists in a cup in carnelian inserted on a gilded and chiselled bronze support. The handles have the shape of an harpy, the edge is adorned with a perlée ferrule and the...
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Early 19th Century Other Art Style More Art

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Bronze, Gold Leaf

Regency Silver Salt Cellars by John Bridge
By John Bridge
Located in New Orleans, LA
This stately pair of English Regency sterling silver salt cellars was crafted by the renowned London silversmith John Bridge, known as the co-founder of Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, wh...
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Antique 19th Century English Regency Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Birmingham, England, Silver Salt Cellar, Neoclassical Style, Dated 1902/03
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Birmingham, England. Antique silver salt cellar. Neoclassical style. Dated 1902/03. Measures: 9.5 x 6 cm. Stamped. In very good condition.
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Antique Late 19th Century Swedish Neoclassical Tableware

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Silver

Pair of Vintage French Salt Cellar or Caviar Dishes, France 1890s
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A lot of two vintage decorative open salts or caviar pots. Made of silver plate metal and glass inserts. A nice original vintage item for displaying or just to use on your table. Eac...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Art Nouveau More Dining and Entertaining

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Metal, Silver Plate

Early Wedgwood Majolica Snail Shell and Coral Salt Cellar, circa 1872
By Wedgwood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very rarely found, early Wedgwood Majolica glazed shell and coral open salt cellar in the Palissy style – date marked 1872. The globose snail shell shaped cellar is glazed in a m...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Serving Pieces

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Earthenware

Menton French Majolica Barbotine Mustard Pot and Two Salt Cellars, circa 1885
Located in Banner Elk, NC
Menton French Majolica Barbotine mustard pot--a rare form with lid--and two salt cellars, circa 1885. For over 28 years we have been among the Nation’s preeminent specialists in fin...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Ceramics

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Ceramic

Pair of Crested English Victorian Sterling Silver Salt Cellars by Hunt & Roskell
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very fine pair of Victorian sterling silver salt cellars. By Hunt & Roskell - the successors to Storr, Mortimer, and Hunt. With scrolled feet, lobed bodies, and a ribbed rim. Si...
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Antique 19th Century Early Victorian Silver Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Louis Comfort Tiffany LCT Gold Favrile Art Glass Open Salt Cellar Set
By Louis Comfort Tiffany
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This set of four art glass open salt cellars were made by the iconic American glass maker Louis Comfort Tiffany in circa 1890 in the period Victorian style. These open salts are done...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Late Victorian Glass

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Art Glass

Very Fine Napoleon III Ormolu Figural Double Salt Cellar, France, circa 1870
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
The richly gilded figure of a youth with finely chiselled features & burnished highlights, shouldering twin ‘woven’ baskets while standing above a starfish motif atop a naturalistica...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Figurative Sculptures

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Ormolu

Silver with Crystal Serving Set with 2 Small Candy Dishes and 2 Salt Cellars
Located in Delft, NL
A silver with crystal serving set with 2 small candy dishes and 2 salt cellars The set is marked with Dutch silver Hall Marks The Dutch Maker's mark is Snoek Polle-Joh. Haarlem 1...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Dutch Crystal Serveware

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Crystal, Silver

Very Fine Pair of Silver Gilt Neoclassical Revival Salt Cellars Made in Birmi
Located in London, GB
The salt cellars are of a most unusual design and have a baluster form with everted dipping rim. The sides are decorated with a lower lobed band and the upper section is decorated wi...
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Antique Late 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

Very Fine Pair of George IV Cast Salt Cellars made in London 1823
By Charles Fox
Located in London, GB
The Salts are of a good large size and stand on four claw and ball feet. The dipping rims are decorated with gadrooning and the sides are pierced and engraved with foliage and flower...
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Antique 19th Century English Tableware

Very Unusual Pair of George III Salt Cellars Made in London by William Sharp
Located in London, GB
The salt cellars are rectangular in form and Stand on four floral and foliate winged paw feet. The baluster main bodies are decorated with lobing and display a vacant shield shaped c...
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Antique Early 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

19th Century Cobalt Glass "Make Do" Master Salt Cellar
Located in Essex, MA
A cobalt blue cast glass flower-form master salt cellar, c. 1840-60 on a later, c. 1880, slightly oversized cast brass spreading circular base. This salt cellar has clearly lost it...
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Antique 19th Century American Glass

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Brass

19th Century Théodore Deck Polychrome Faience Salt Cellar
By Theodore Deck
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
A 19th century Théodore deck polychrome Faience salt cellar.
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Antique 1880s French Delft and Faience

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Faience

19th Century Dutch Silver Bohemian Mustard Pot and Salt Cellars
Located in Delft, NL
A 19th century Dutch silver Bohemian mustard pot and salt cellars Silver smith Hubertus Gerardus Esser, Weert, 1838-1982 Marked with the old silver mark the sword and the maste...
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Antique 19th Century Dutch Crystal Serveware

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Crystal, Silver

Master Salt Cellar
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique Hand-painted Porcelain Master Salt Cellar
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Tableware

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Porcelain

  • Master Salt Cellar
  • Master Salt Cellar
  • Master Salt Cellar
  • Master Salt Cellar
H 5 in. Dm 4 in.
19th Century Set of Four Sterling Silver Salt Cellars with Spoons
Located in Vista, CA
Late 19th-early 20th century set of sterling silver salt cellars and spoons, French 950 Silver with Minerva mark. Cellars have crystal liners.
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Antique Late 19th Century European More Dining and Entertaining

Antique Figural Silver and Cut Crystal Swan Master Salt Cellar, 19th Century
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique figural bowl features swan with cut crystal bowl lower body and silver upper with opening wings, 19th century Measures - 6.5"h x 7"w x 5"d, 9"d with spre...
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Antique 19th Century Glass

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Crystal

Salt Cellars and Spoons in Original Box from Late 19th Century, France
Located in Bochum, NRW
Pair of silver salt cellars and their spoons, lining cut crystal in silver mounting, decorated with garlands of flowers, friezes piasters and shells, resting on four small feet windi...
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Antique 19th Century French Regency Serving Pieces

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Silver

19th Century French Majolica Pottery Fish and Shell Pedestal Master Salt Cellar
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very rarely seen, 19th century French Majolica pottery master salt with a fish formed handle and a shell shaped cellar on a footed rocky base. The deeply scaled, arched blue fis...
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Antique 1870s French Aesthetic Movement Serving Pieces

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Earthenware

Very Fine Ormolu Salt-Cellar Centrepiece
Located in London, GB
Very fine ormolu salt-cellar centrepiece. Modelled as two nymphs lying on a Rocaille base with foliage and shells, supporting a large shell above their heads.
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Antique 19th Century French Centerpieces

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Ormolu

  • Very Fine Ormolu Salt-Cellar Centrepiece
  • Very Fine Ormolu Salt-Cellar Centrepiece
  • Very Fine Ormolu Salt-Cellar Centrepiece
  • Very Fine Ormolu Salt-Cellar Centrepiece
H 11.42 in. W 14.18 in. D 8.67 in.
A rare pair of William IV Chinoiserie Salt Cellars
Located in London, GB
The Salt Cellars are of a large circular form and stand on three shell and scroll feet, which are attached to the main body with China man mask mouldings. The sides are beautifully d...
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Antique 19th Century English Serving Pieces

Pair of Silver Plated Salt and Pepper Cellars
Located in Palm Desert, CA
Pair of silver plated salt and pepper cellars.
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Antique 19th Century Italian Tableware

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Silver

Antique Pair of Silver Salt Cellars on Dolphin Feet
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An antique pair of open salt cellars resting on three figural dolphin feet. Each salt is a simple bowl with a cast and pierced rim decorated with cherubs and scrolls. Each bowl is st...
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Antique Late 19th Century European Victorian Serving Pieces

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Silver

Pair of George III Salt Cellars Madeby Peter & Ann Bateman
Located in London, GB
The salts stand on a square pedestal foot and the main body is "Boat" shaped in form. Both the rim and harp shaped handles are decorated with reeding and the front is engraved with a...
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Antique 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

Pair of English Silver Salt Cellars Retailed by Howell & James
Located in St. Catharines, ON
Oval, of pierced design decorated with masks, cornucopia and scrolling foliage, with blue glass liners and two salt spoons, retailed by crown jewellers Howell & James of London (1819...
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Antique Late 19th Century High Victorian Flatware and Serving Pieces

Cased Set of English Victorian Silverplated Salt Cellars and Spoons
Located in San Francisco, CA
A cased set of six English silver plated salt cellars and spoons, each fashioned as a small compote with a shell form top on a cast dolphin form pedestal base, circa 1880-1900.
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Sheffield and Silverplate

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Silver Plate

Tiffany & Co. Silver Salt Cellars from the Hopkins-Searles Service
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in New Orleans, LA
Tiffany & Co. created this beautiful set of four silver salt cellars in a majestic grapevine motif specifically for Mary Frances Hopkins-Searles, the widow of "California railroad ki...
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Antique 19th Century American Other Sterling Silver

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Silver

Minton Majolica Carrier-Belleuse's Hogarth Figural Salt Cellars / Match Pots S/2
By Minton
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A pair of 19th century Majolica figural salt cellars or match holders, known as the Hogarth Couple, designed by the French sculptor Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse for Minton, Stoke-u...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Rococo Revival Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Earthenware

Royal Worcester Majolica Figural Donkey Table Salt Cellar, English, circa 1870
By Royal Worcester
Located in Banner Elk, NC
Royal Worcester Majolica figural donkey table salt cellar, English, circa 1870, impressed with Worcester factory mark on base flange. Marilyn Karmeson quotes L. Jewitt's assessment ...
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Antique 19th Century English Victorian Ceramics

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Majolica

An extremely fine pair of George III Salt Cellars by Thomas Robinson.
Located in London, GB
The Salt Cellars are oblong in form and stand on four cast paw feet. The slightly baluster main body is decorated with a wide band of lobing and is engraved with a contemporary Crest...
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Antique Early 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

Antique Rare French Odiot Solid Silver Cast Figural Salt Cellars, circa 1830
By Charles Nicolas Odiot
Located in London, London
Antique 19th century French solid silver set of four figural salt-cellars, exceptionally rare, each on a shaped oval base on cast scroll paw feet, the double bowls modelled as shells...
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Antique 19th Century French More Dining and Entertaining

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Silver

English Minton Majolica Dolphin Pedestal and Shell Open Salt Cellar, circa 1864
By Minton
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From Minton, a Majolica glazed open salt cellar with a Mythology theme in the Renaissance Revival style, circa 1864. A fluted shell form bowl with an out turned rim, glazed in turqu...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Renaissance Revival Serving Pieces

Materials

Earthenware

Early Wedgwood Majolica Conch Shell and Coral Open Salt Cellar, circa 1872
By Wedgwood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very rarely found, early Wedgwood Majolica glazed conch shell and coral open salt cellar – date marked 1872. Most likely designed by John Bell in the Palissy fashion and the Rococo...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Rococo Revival Serving Pieces

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Earthenware

A set of four Salt Cellars, modelled as carrying baskets, made by Henry Nutting.
Located in London, GB
The Salts are broad rectangular in form, with incuse corners, and each stand on four ball feet. The rims are decorated with gadrooning, as are the shaped, pierced out, carrying handl...
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Antique Early 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

An important and outstanding pair of George III Silver Gilt Salt Cellars made in
Located in London, GB
The Salt Cellars have a tri-furcated platform base which stands on three ball feet. The base is decorated with a frieze of raised swirling roundels and foliate motifs. The large circ...
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Antique Early 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

A very fine pair of George III Salt Cellars made Robert Sharp in 1803 & 1805.
Located in London, GB
The Salt Cellars are cast and stand on a stepped circular foot. The deep circular bowls have a gadrooned rim and gilded interiors. The front of each piece is engraved with a contempo...
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Antique Early 19th Century English More Dining and Entertaining

ANN ROBERTSON OF NEWCASTLE. A very rare pair of George III Salt Cellars made in Newcastle circa 1801 by Ann Robertson.
Located in London, GB
The Salts each stand on a pedestal platform base with four ball feet. The rectangular main body has a gadrooned rim, fine interior gilding and is engraved with contemporary script in...
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Antique 19th Century English Tableware

19th Century Salt Cellars For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of 19th century salt cellars available for sale. Frequently made of metal, silver and ceramic, all 19th century salt cellars available were constructed with great care. 19th century salt cellars have been made for many years, and versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 19th Century. Victorian, Neoclassical and Art Nouveau 19th century salt cellars are consistently popular styles. Charles Fox, John Bridge and Louis Comfort Tiffany each produced beautiful 19th century salt cellars that are worth considering.

How Much are 19th Century Salt Cellars?

19th century salt cellars can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price at 1stDibs is $1,220, while the lowest priced sells for $220 and the highest can go for as much as $28,850.