There is a saltcellar
of state, so called, and there may be a caster of state.
Bella, as the acknowledged ornament of the family, employed both her hands in giving her hair an additional wave while sitting in the easiest chair, and occasionally threw in a direction touching the supper: as, 'Very brown, ma;' or, to her sister, 'Put the saltcellar
straight, miss, and don't be a dowdy little puss.
A teaboard, cups and saucers, plates, knives and forks (including carvers), spoons (various), saltcellars
, a meek little muffin confined with the utmost precaution under a strong iron cover, Moses in the bullrushes typified by a soft bit of butter in a quantity of parsley, a pale loaf with a powdered head, two proof impressions of the bars of the kitchen fire-place on triangular bits of bread, and ultimately a fat family urn: which the waiter staggered in with, expressing in his countenance burden and suffering.
A Hydrogen B Oxygen C Nitrogen D Helium QUESTION 15 - for 15 points: Which artist and sculptor created a famous gold saltcellar
for King Francis I of France in 1543?
If you love tchotchkes, this is the place for you: Feast your eyes on 2,200 items in 20 rooms: a solid gold saltcellar
by Benvenuto Cellini, the Krumlov Madonna, beautiful bronze figurines, intricate clocks, curios, and scientific instruments.
Recently the Museum reopened after major reorganization--undertaken after the theft of a gold and enamel saltcellar
masterpiece by Benvenuto Cellini about ten years ago.
Sherrie turns out to be particularly picky, trying everything in her power to avoid eating the food - including 'accidentally' tipping an entire saltcellar
in the soup.
MUSEE DU QUAI BRANLY, PARIS Saltcellar
, Benin, Nigeria, 16th century, Ivory, 26 x 8 x 8.
In our house, we might have a saltcellar
on the table with fleur de sel or kosher salt, and rarely do you see anyone but our salty 9-year-old reaching for the dish.
There is a saltcellar
of state, so called, and there may be a castor of state.
miniature wave from the saltcellar
reveals to us more than domestic
There were water buckets, assorted bottles and flasks, a saltcellar
, and a mortar and pestle.