C. 1920'S Scofield Baltimore Rose Repousee Baltimore Rose Rare Salt Cellars. Starting around the turn of the 20th Century in Baltimore, Maryland there were several silversmiths. Scofield, Kirk and Stieff were the main players. The Repousse pattern is known as Baltimore Rose. Also the Scofield is all hand chased. Collectors and Dealers and Shops referred to these patterns as Baltimore Rose. This pattern by all three companies is very collectible all over the United States and I imagine also in Europe. Salts are Rare and we recently purchased these four salts along with many other pieces of Schofield Baltimore Rose out of a Baltimore Home in Roland Park. Each one of these salts are the same exact size. 1 1/8" in height and 1 3/4" in diameter. All of the Baltimore is hand chased. Each of these salts are supported by nice porportioned legs with a charming foot. They all are marked sterling. Also the #1037 is stamped into the silver on the bottom which designates a pattern name, baltimore rose, designated by the Schofield Company. Their is also a makers mark stamped on to each of the fine salts. also each of the salts on the bottom is a very "fancy" monogram, which appears to be MS. We are including images of all this stamped on the bottom of each salt. All of these marks are show in separate images of the bottom of each salt. THREE ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.