George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver

George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver
George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver

George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver

George II sterling silver cruet stand. Made by Samuel Wood in London in 1752.

Cinquefoil base with 4 double-scroll mounts supporting 7-ring frame (of which 2 for stoppers). Each mount terminates in scallop shell foot.

Central knopped pole with baluster terminal and scrolled open finial. Mounted asymmetrical cartouche engraved with armorial.

With: Pair of George II sterling silver baluster sugar shakers with same armorial; Made by same in same; Victorian cut-glass mustard pot with hinged and domed sterling silver cover (hallmarked); and pair of antique cut-glass oil and vinaigrette with sterling silver covers (unmarked). Minor chips to bases of oil and vinaigrette. Overall dimensions: H 8 3/4 x W 7 1/2 x D 7 in. Weight (stand only): 24.2 troy ounces. Weight (shakers only): 6.2 troy ounces.

The item "George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver" is in sale since Friday, August 17, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "nelson-and-nelson-antiques" and is located in New York, New York.

This item can be shipped worldwide.


George II Cruet Stand Antique Georgian Condiment English Sterling Silver


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