This cranberry open salt was made in the Stourbridge district of England between 1880 and 1900.
The master salt stands approximately 6 1/4 inches high in the stand. The stand is marked but I am unable to read it. It could say EPNS but it is very hard to read. Also, there is another mark which I am not able to see clearly
The cranberry glass itself is almost 3 inches high. The glass has a polished pontil. The glass is typical of the salts made in the Stourbridge district. It is in perfect condition.
No chips, repairs or cracks to the glass.
The silver on the stand could be cleaned or re-silvered if you so desire.
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