515 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Salt cellar and pepper pot
Salt cellar and pepper pot, orange PVC, in cardboard wrapper, designed by Nick Crosbie for Inflate, 1997
Benin ivory salt cellar with lid, c.1500-1600, Sierra Leone
Salt cellar, silver, engraved with the royal coat of arms, and containing a blue glass bowl, by Pairpoint Bros., London, 1925 and silver spoon by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1927, from the Government Hospitality Fund tableware collection
Salt cellar and lid, press-moulded glass and plated metal, registered design no.168130, manufactured by Percival, Vickers & Co. Ltd., Jersey Street, Manchester, ca. 1891
Salt-cellar of porcelain painted with enamels, Bristol porcelain factory, Bristol, ca. 1770.
19thC, Fortnum Collection; Thurston Thompson C, Salt cellar & bronze figure
19thC, The Art Wealth of England, 1862; Thurston Thompson C, Salt cellar, silver-gilt,1493
19thC, The Art Wealth of England, 1862; Thurston Thompson C,Salt cellar,silver-gilt, c1500
19thC, The Art Wealth of England, 1862; Thurston Thompson,Salt cellar,silver-gilt & enamel
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon. Salt cellar, French, Henri II ware
Thurston Thompson, Charles. Salt cellar, Henri II ware
Album, Vol III, of Objects: Palissy Ware., 19thC
Thurston Thompson, Charles. salt cellar in faience
Album, 19thC, Vol. 4: Various
Design for a salt cellar
Salt cellar and sppon with a glass liner, silver, London hallmarks for 1900-01, mark of the Guild of Handicraft, designed by C.R. Ashbee.
Electrotype salt cellar. Ornamented with foliage in beaten work. The original, of silver, was the property of the late Rev. H. Moody. English, 17th century. H. 7 inches., W. 7 3/4 in.
Electrotype of the Gibbon Salt, the original silver gilt salt-cellar is in the Goldsmith's Company, a gift from Simon Gibbon in 1632.
Silver, Cork hallmarks for ca.1800, mark of John Toleken
Silver, parcel-gilt, London hallmarks for 1803-4, mark of William Abdy (II)
France, around 1720. Croft Lyons Bequest; Pewter
England, around 1660. Dug up in Tottenham Court Road. Mark: James Taudin; Pewter
France, 17th century. Croft Lyons Bequest; Pewter
Earthenware covered with a turquoise blue glaze. Persian (Kum), 19th century. Oval shape with fluted sides. 2.75 x 2 inches
'Salt Cellar Chickenleg', porcelain, Pauline Wiertz, Netherlands, 2006-07
Spoon for a salt cellar
Silver, London hallmarks for 1801-2, mark of Richard Cooke
Salt cellar, one of a pair, pressed glass, made by Geo. Davidson & Co., Teams Glass Works, Gateshead-on-Tyne, design registered 1891
Salt cellar, one of a pair, pressed glass, made by Sowerby's Ellison Glass Works Ltd., Gateshead-on-Tyne, design registered 1892
Salt cellar, part of a travelling set C.23 to 48-1941, gilt glass, Bohemia, late 18th century
'Palladio' salt cellar of white porcelain, in the form of a hexagonal cone, and with printed decoration in underglaze based on architectural drawings by Eduardo Paolozzi, and of the 'Polygon' shape designed by Tapio Wirkkala, made by Rosenthal AG, Selb, ca. 1978.
'Variation' salt cellar of porcelain with vertical moulding, designed by Tapio Wirkkala, made by Rosenthal AG, Selb, ca. 1962.
'Contrast' salt cellar of stoneware with a brown body, from Lancaster tableware range, designed by Martin Hunt, made by Hornsea Pottery Co. Ltd., Hornsea, ca. 1975.
'The Thomas Egg' egg holder and cover, 'Trend' range, glazed porcelain, designed by Queensberry Hunt Design Group, made by Thomas, Rosenthal Group, Germany, 1987.
'Eystein-Saga' porcelain salt cellar, part of a tableware range, with painted decoration of banding in blue and green, designed by Eystein Sandnes 1970, made by Porsgrund, Norway, ca. 1986.
Salt cellar, part of a tableware range, plain white porcelain, designed by Henning Koppel, made by Bing & Grøndahl, Denmark, 1963.
Salt cellar and cover
Silver-gilt standing salt, London hallmarks for 1572-3
Silver, parcel-gilt, London hallmarks 1599-1600
Salt cellar, gilt bronze , Venetian, ca. 1560
Silver salt cellar with gilt liner, 'Portuguese Service', made by Robert Garrard II, London, 1819-1820.