A Victorian silver bon-bon dish by William Comyns & Sons, Lo...
A Victorian silver bon-bon dish by William Comyns & Sons, London 1892, of oval form with shaped border and embossed floral decoration, 12.2cm x 10cm, together with a George V silver wet mustard by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1929, 6.2cm high, with accompanying silver spoon, 8.2cm long, another George V silver wet mustard, Birmingham 1926, 4.5cm high, with accompanying silver spoon, 8.2cm long, and a pair of Edwardian open salts by J & R Griffin, Chester 1907, 3.2cm high, each with accompanying silver spoons, gross weight of group (excluding liners) 8.62ozt (9)
Both wet mustards have glass liners, however the oval form example has two medium sized conchoidal fractures around the rim of it's glass liner. There is also a small area of splitting around the silver rim. Both open salts have blue glass liners and both are in tact.