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ANTIQUE SILVER SUGAR CASTERS


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A heavy and very handsome Sterling Silver sugar caster, having a round bellied body with an applied reeded central girdle with hand-chased fluted decoration below, a hand-pierced lid with bayonet fit and cast urn-shaped finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by S. Blankensee and Sons Ltd. of Birmingham in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver sugar caster are height 16 cms (6.3 inches), diameter of belly 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).

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A heavy and very handsome Sterling Silver sugar caster, having a round bellied body with an applied reeded central girdle with hand-chased fluted decoration below, a hand-pierced lid with bayonet fit and cast urn-shaped finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by S. Blankensee and Sons Ltd. of Birmingham in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver sugar caster are height 16 cms (6.3 inches), diameter of belly 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).
A heavy and very handsome Sterling Silver sugar caster, having a round bellied body with an applied reeded central girdle with hand-chased fluted decoration below, a hand-pierced lid with bayonet fit and cast urn-shaped finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by S. Blankensee and Sons Ltd. of Birmingham in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver sugar caster are height 16 cms (6.3 inches), diameter of belly 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).
A heavy and very handsome Sterling Silver sugar caster, having a round bellied body with an applied reeded central girdle with hand-chased fluted decoration below, a hand-pierced lid with bayonet fit and cast urn-shaped finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by S. Blankensee and Sons Ltd. of Birmingham in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver sugar caster are height 16 cms (6.3 inches), diameter of belly 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).  A heavy and very handsome Sterling Silver sugar caster, having a round bellied body with an applied reeded central girdle with hand-chased fluted decoration below, a hand-pierced lid with bayonet fit and cast urn-shaped finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by S. Blankensee and Sons Ltd. of Birmingham in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver sugar caster are height 16 cms (6.3 inches), diameter of belly 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).
A heavy and very handsome Sterling Silver sugar caster, having a round bellied body with an applied reeded central girdle with hand-chased fluted decoration below, a hand-pierced lid with bayonet fit and cast urn-shaped finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by S. Blankensee and Sons Ltd. of Birmingham in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver sugar caster are height 16 cms (6.3 inches), diameter of belly 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).


Click on any of our antique silver sugar casters to see a detailed photograph. We have a range of sterling silver sugar casters in a variety of styles and designs and are available for online purchase as well as being available within our store in the London Silver Vaults. All of our antique silver sugar casters will be delivered with free transit insurance. You may also be interested in our Antique Silver Sugar Baskets or Antique Silver Pepper Casters.



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