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Egg Shaped Sterling Silver Salt Dishes Circa 1890 or Egg Cups... I like the idea of a soft boiled from them.

Victorian Waldorf Hotel, NYC Wine/Cordial Cup

Drinking cup with olives, silver, ca. 50 B.C., Pompeii

Gorham Coin Silver Medallion Teapot, c. 1865 (spencermarks) I talked to a silver smith who told me that sterling silver is too soft to work with and you can make intricate designs with a nickel or tin base or copper base then you plate it with silver. So Victorian silver plate can be more valuable than sterling just because of the design.

Tea Urn, 1845, French Silversmith P. B., Paris Purveyor: F.A. Thouret Medium: Silver plate Dimensions: H. 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm.); Gr. W. 13 1/4 in. (33.7 cm.) Accession Number: 1988.406 a-c The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Made by the anonymous goldsmith "IG": Standing Salt (52.134a-e) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art