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Saltcellar
Providence Flint Glass Works
(1830–33)
Date: 1831–35
Medium: Lacy pressed glass
Accession Number: 46.140.354
Salt
Thomas Shields
(1742–1819)
Date: 1765–85
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 24.109.28
Saltcellar
Date: 18th century
Medium: Glass
Accession Number: 83.7.108
Saltcellar with scene of infant harvesters (one of a pair)
Attributed to Pierre Reymond
(born 1513, working 1537, died after 1584)
Date: ca. 1540–45
Medium: Painted enamel on copper, partly gilt
Accession Number: 32.100.272
Saltcellar
Date: 1830–40
Medium: Blown pattern-molded lead amethyst glass
Accession Number: 13.120.30
Pair of miniature saltcellars
R. G.
Date: ca. 1727
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 63.53.161, .162
Saltcellar
Date: 18th century
Medium: Silver, gilt lining
Accession Number: 13.41.20
Saltcellar (one of a pair)
Maker: Pierre Reymond Pierre Reymond
(born 1513, working 1537, died after 1584)
Date: ca. 1540–45
Medium: Painted enamel on copper, partly gilt
Accession Number: 32.100.273
Salt
Date: 1815–40
Medium: Cut blown glass
Accession Number: 1980.421.2
Salt
Date: 1830–40
Medium: Lacy pressed blue glass
Accession Number: 51.171.199
Salt Dish
George Duncan and Sons
(1874–1891)
Date: ca. 1878–90
Medium: Glass
Accession Number: 1991.26.14
Saltcellar
Date: ca. 1830
Medium: Lacy pressed glass
Accession Number: 46.140.349
Crawfish salt (one of a pair)
Chelsea, Lawrence Street Factory
Date: 1745–50
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 64.101.414
Standing Salt
John Allen
(1671/72–1760)
Date: ca. 1700
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 1972.204
Miniature salt trencher
Possibly by George Middleton
(British, 1660–1745)
Date: 1686–87
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 63.53.95
Trencher Salt
Formerly attributed to John Coney
(1655/56–1722)
Date: 1700–1720
Medium: Silver and gilding
Accession Number: 33.120.364
Two saltcellars
Date: mid-18th century
Medium: Silver, gilt on upper surface
Accession Number: 13.42.40a, b
Salt
Date: 1800–1900
Medium: Lacy pressed blue glass
Accession Number: 51.171.109
Saltcellar
Date: mid-13th century
Medium: Gold, rock crystal, emeralds, pearls, spinel or balas rubies
Accession Number: 1983.434
Saltcellar (one of a pair)
Date: 18th century
Medium: Silver, gilt lining
Accession Number: 13.41.19
Saltcellar
Date: ca. 1830
Medium: Lacy pressed green glass
Accession Number: 46.140.313
Saltcellar
Date: ca. 1750
Medium: Salt-glazed stoneware
Accession Number: 34.165.62
Saltcellar
Date: 1800–1830
Medium: Earthenware, lusterware
Accession Number: 46.67.14
Saltcellar
Date: 1840–60
Medium: Pressed green glass
Accession Number: 1987.250.1
Set of four saltcellars
Paul de Lamerie
(British, 1688–1751, active 1712–51)
Date: ca. 1735
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 58.7.13–.16
Salt
Date: 1830–45 (?)
Medium: Lacy pressed amber glass
Accession Number: 51.171.116
Salt
Samuel Kirk and Son
(1846–68)
Date: 1846
Medium: Silver and silver-gilt
Accession Number: 26.279.4a, b
Trencher Salt
Jacob Ten Eyck
(1705–1793)
Date: 1730–35
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 37.108
Salt
Date: 1780–1825
Medium: Blown pattern-molded glass
Accession Number: 10.122.23
Three saltcellars
Robert Hennell I
(active 1763–1811)
Date: 1783–84
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 26.260.66a, b–.68a, b
Saltcellar
Providence Flint Glass Works
(1830–33)
Date: 1831–35
Accession Number: 46.140.354
Salt
Thomas Shields
(1742–1819)
Date: 1765–85
Accession Number: 24.109.28
Saltcellar
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 83.7.108
Saltcellar with scene of infant harvesters (one of a pair)
Attributed to Pierre Reymond
(born 1513, working 1537, died after 1584)
Date: ca. 1540–45
Accession Number: 32.100.272
Saltcellar
Date: 1830–40
Accession Number: 13.120.30
Pair of miniature saltcellars
R. G.
Date: ca. 1727
Accession Number: 63.53.161, .162
Saltcellar
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 13.41.20
Saltcellar (one of a pair)
Maker: Pierre Reymond Pierre Reymond
(born 1513, working 1537, died after 1584)
Date: ca. 1540–45
Accession Number: 32.100.273
Salt
Date: 1815–40
Accession Number: 1980.421.2
Salt
Date: 1830–40
Accession Number: 51.171.199
Salt Dish
George Duncan and Sons
(1874–1891)
Date: ca. 1878–90
Accession Number: 1991.26.14
Saltcellar
Date: ca. 1830
Accession Number: 46.140.349
Crawfish salt (one of a pair)
Chelsea, Lawrence Street Factory
Date: 1745–50
Accession Number: 64.101.414
Standing Salt
John Allen
(1671/72–1760)
Date: ca. 1700
Accession Number: 1972.204
Miniature salt trencher
Possibly by George Middleton
(British, 1660–1745)
Date: 1686–87
Accession Number: 63.53.95
Trencher Salt
Formerly attributed to John Coney
(1655/56–1722)
Date: 1700–1720
Accession Number: 33.120.364
Two saltcellars
Date: mid-18th century
Accession Number: 13.42.40a, b
Salt
Date: 1800–1900
Accession Number: 51.171.109
Saltcellar
Date: mid-13th century
Accession Number: 1983.434
Saltcellar (one of a pair)
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 13.41.19
Saltcellar
Date: ca. 1830
Accession Number: 46.140.313
Saltcellar
Date: ca. 1750
Accession Number: 34.165.62
Saltcellar
Date: 1800–1830
Accession Number: 46.67.14
Saltcellar
Date: 1840–60
Accession Number: 1987.250.1
Set of four saltcellars
Paul de Lamerie
(British, 1688–1751, active 1712–51)
Date: ca. 1735
Accession Number: 58.7.13–.16
Salt
Date: 1830–45 (?)
Accession Number: 51.171.116
Salt
Samuel Kirk and Son
(1846–68)
Date: 1846
Accession Number: 26.279.4a, b
Trencher Salt
Jacob Ten Eyck
(1705–1793)
Date: 1730–35
Accession Number: 37.108
Salt
Date: 1780–1825
Accession Number: 10.122.23
Three saltcellars
Robert Hennell I
(active 1763–1811)
Date: 1783–84
Accession Number: 26.260.66a, b–.68a, b
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