Two footed sterling silver salt cellars with beading around the rim. One has a "B" monogram, the other does not. They have beautiful soft patina.
They are approx. 1 ½" high and 2 ¼" wide. They weigh 1.5 troy ounces each.
There is a number 4513 on the bottom of each foot, the word Sterling and the makers mark. ~ Circa 1900 - 1913
They each have a makers mark that looks like an R with a W over lapping. Which is Roger Williams Silver Co. Successors of Howard Sterling Silver Co in 1900c. In 1903 was one of the firms forming Mt. Vernon Company Silversmiths Inc. The business was bought in 1913 by Gorham