Silverware annd silverplated Au Bain Marie Collectionss of tabletop and table accessories : pepper and salt mills, cups, napking holders etc.
Old car shaped salt & pepper charriot with glass containers to display spices and condiments.
Christopher Dresser's reedition toast rack with silver plated tubular crossed triangles.
Silver plated napkin holder half moon shaped on small feet.
Wood and silver plated bottle coaster with openwork tubular edge.
Lying dog salt cellar in silver plated, the dog is waiting patiently next to its bowl. Gilt inner part of the bowl.
Sat dog salt cellar in silver plated, the dog is waiting patiently next to its bowl. Gilt inner part of the bowl.
Silver plated Rabbit menu-holder representing a well dressed Grimm Rabbit wearing a suit.
Silver plated Clover Menu-holder with 4 leaves.
Pepper mill in turned ebony wood and sterling silver rims.
Pepper mill in turned ivorine and sterling silver rims. Ivorine is a king of material imitating natural ivory.
Salt mill in turned ebony wood and sterling silver rims.
Pepper mill in sterling silver with delicate rims in relief.
Salt mill in sterling silver with delicate rims in relief.
Sterling silver and crystal bottle coaster.
Pepper mill in turned rosewwod with silver rims.
Salt mill in turned rosewwod with silver rims.
Sterling silver and vermeil mussels plier.Finally a refined and friendly utensil to taste your guests your delicious mussels.
Salt cellar spoon in sterling silver. Can be paired with many salt cellars.
Salt cellar spoon in shape of a shell. Perfect to enhance your sea inspired table decoration.
Au Bain Marie Collection Sterling Silver Mushroom Pepper Mill in the style of Buccellati.
Silver plated sea shell-shaped salt cellar with nice reliefs en details.
Silver plated salt and pepper representing each a cat popping out of of a hat.
Silver plated salt and pepper representing each a lighthouse made of brick. Perfect for table in the marine and sea world theme.
Lighthouse shaker in silver plated enhance with lovely details in relief such as windows and the upper passageway.
Bear Cup or Caviar Cup in silverplated representing a bar lying on its back and holding thanks to its paws a round cup, doubled with a transparent glass cup, allowing to fill the first one with ice cubes and transforming this cup in caviar cup or small ice bucket.
Liquor -fountain cellar barrel with a Bear lying on its back on a sledge supporting with its paws a liquor barrel. The barrel can be filled and has a tap to serve liquids and liquors.
Round Teapot in silver plated. Re-edition from a model created circa 1890 by Christopher Dresser, born in Glasgow the 4th, July, 1834 and dead in France, Mulhouse the 24th November 1904. He was, with William Morris, one of the most important British designer of the Victorian period.