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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Pyramid Salt Cellar with Glass #632

$646.36

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Georg Jensen sterling silver pyramid salt cellar with glass #632. Designed by Harald Nielsen. With GJ marks from 1932-1945. In nice condition glass fully intact. Measures 2.3 cm H (0 29/32 in.). 4 cm dia (1 37/64 in.). Weighs 37 grams (1.25 oz).

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