1st item: Joseph Angell Georgian sterling silver toast rack, oblong, with four anthemion feet and loop handle over a monogrammed reserve, hallmarked for London, 1828-29, with maker's mark, 5 1/2"H x 7"W x 4"D. 2nd item: George III sterling caster with flame finial and engraved and pierced lid, marks for R. Peaston, London, 1770. 6"H. 3rd item: 20th century sterling silver caster with design similar to item #2, but with bell shaped finial, marked BH Sterling 555, 6"H. 4th item: Early trencher salt, likely Continental, appears to be hand raised with oval footed form with lobed sides, possible worn illegible marks to sides. 1 1/2"H x 4"W. 5th item: Sterling or silverplated knife rest, with weighted clusters of balls forming the ends, unmarked. 3 3/4"W. Combined weight, sterling rack and casters: 15.71 oz troy.
All items overall very good condition. Marks worn to interior of Peaston caster lid, wear to trencher salt.