Sterling Silver Cruet Set George III w 8 Cut Glass Bottles. This listing is for an elegant and rare example. Of antique English George III sterling silver. Condiment cruet set with hallmarks for London 1811. And markers mark for William Kingdon.The handle of the stand, the base of the stand. The two condiment lids, and their covers. The bottom side of the tray is stamped.
With the leopard passant (guardant). The King's head, the initials of the maker. Have 3 or more hallmarks. One collar has been almost obliterated by time.Complete with 6 bottles with original stoppers. And 2 tiny dipper-spoons; two condiment jars. With original sterling silver collars and domed covers. The cut glass containers all stand.
On a low pedestal base. The bottom of the bottles are paneled. Is stepped and sweeps up to a narrow neck. Neatly shaped with a curvy spout. The two condiment jars also have.That same panel and diamond pattern. And stand on a low pedestal base. Their edges are rimmed with original. Sterling silver collars and are hall marked. Their original lids also sterling silver and hallmarked. Two of the four smaller bottles. Have golden tone tiny dipper-shaped spoons. (sometimes called a scruple spoon). Perhaps sterling silver with a gold wash? The ornate oval frame with gadrooning. And shell decoration is raised on.
Four cast bracket lion masks and paw feet. There are 4 tiny circular frames. They would be used to store. The stopper while using the condiment.
Condition: Very good antique condition. There are no major issues with this cruet set. The one condiment jar as a chip to the base. The bottles: One of the smaller bottles.
Has a nip at the base. One smaller bottle star-shaped stopper. Has a nip at the edge of one of the points. The bottom of the stopper from one of the. And one bottle may have been replaced.
Although a close match in pattern. It is slightly thinner and lighter in color. None of these issues are readily seen. And in no way detract from the.
Beauty radiating from this elegant. 200 plus year old example of.
Approximate Measurements: Frame: 12-1/2 inches at longest point 11 inches at widest point 10-1/2 inches at highest point Two of the larger bottles: 6-1/2 inches high with stopper in place. Four of the smaller bottles. 5-1/2 inches high with stopper in place. 1: 5-3/4 inches high with lid in place No. 5-1/2 inches high with lid in place.
As they are considered to be part of the description. Please remember to scroll down to the end of the listing. As there are times I receive questions and they will be answered there.So I have added an addendum to the description for. Something that I may have forgotten. They usually are antique or vintage.
Can be a hundred or more years old and have been gently used. Edge wear on gold is to be considered as normal and the usual.
Also, please remember that old glass. And porcelain were not manufactured. With the sophisticated technology that we have today.Therefore there may be glaze pops. Black pin dots, and minor factory flaws. Or any descriptive term used when describing. The physical attributes of glass and porcelain.
What I may consider very good condition. Keeping this in mind, I will make every. Effort to objectively describe the item at hand. Approximate sizes and weights are always included in the description. Please examine the photos carefully; as they are to be considered.
Read the description and ask all questions before purchasing. Please don't hesitate to contact me for additional information or photograph. International: Please contact me for a quote. The item "Sterling Silver Cruet Set Cut Glass Bottles Scruples 1811 Hallmarks George III" is in sale since Saturday, April 13, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Other Antique Sterling Silver". The seller is "salanne8" and is located in Hampstead, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.