This auction is for 2 sets of salt dips and spoons. The little salt spoons are Sterling and made by Westmorland. They are about 2-1/2" long. Very delicate with a very nice pattern. PLEASE NOTE: I had one tiny dab of silver cream, just enough to clean one little spoon for the photo. The spoons really need to be polished as they are nearly black with tarnish. However, the one cleaned up very nicely with the little bit of polish I had. The picture of the back, bowl of the spoon, shows w: Westmoreland Silver is printed. The salt dip is made by Cambridge glass and has the sticker still in it. These measure about 1 1/2 inches square and are about 7/8ths to 1" tall. They are in their original boxes which are marked: Westmorland Sterling, New Kensington, Pennsylvania. I'm not certain of the age of these, but I believe they are between 30 - 50 years old. T are no chips or cracks on this set.
The last photo shows how the spoons are tarnished.
NOTE: I accept ONLY: Money orders, cashier's checks and personal checks, but no form of electronic payments. Also, I ship only within the United States.
SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR MORE IDENTICAL SETS OF THESE SALT DIPS AND STERLING SPOONS.
If you have any questions, please ask and I will get back to you just as soon as I can. Thanks for looking!