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Vintage & Antique Condiments

Silver condiments have adorned tables around the world for several hundred years. Since the days of the Roman empire, salt has been lauded for its property to keep food fresh during transportation and due to its significance, some of the greatest pieces of silver ever made were designed to house salt. Throughout the Georgian period, grand sets of condiments were made with groups of pepper pots formed into ‘Warwick’ cruets. Interesting mustard pots can be found from the late Victorian period and three piece condiments sets became popular in the 20th Century. Available as set or as individual pieces, silver condiments are a practical and beautiful addition to your home.
  • Vintage salt cellars are available individually or in set of 2, 4, 6 or 8
  • Novelty and decorative mustard pots are highly sought after
  • Replacement glass for both salt and mustard pots is an option – available on request
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  • 4 Salts with spoons, delicate floral engraving – London 1871

    Condiments £550.00 Add to cart
  • Mustard, blue glass – London 1824

    Condiments £375.00 Add to cart
  • Mustard – London 1803

    Condiments, Vintage and Antique £475.00 Add to cart
  • Caster – London 1794

    Condiments £750.00 Add to cart
  • Pepper pot – Sheffield 1920

    Condiments £65.00 Add to cart
  • Pepper – Birmingham 1942

    Condiments £70.00 Add to cart
  • Pair Salts, 3 legged, white glass – London 1740

    Condiments £475.00 Add to cart
  • Salt, oval, 4 legs, initial – London 1774

    Condiments £170.00 Add to cart
  • Pepper mill – Sheffield 1970

    Condiments £225.00 Add to cart
  • Caster – London 1909

    Condiments £190.00 Add to cart
  • 3 piece condiment set – Birmingham 2005

    Condiments £425.00 Add to cart
  • Pair peppers – London 1975

    Condiments £275.00 Add to cart
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