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Our Reference #: 54442

A c.19th silver plated cruet stand for 7 bottles with a well matched but slightly harlequin assortment of bottles. The mustard pot has a sterling silver upper hallmarked for Sheffield 1848, the 2 pepper shakers have silver lids hallmarked for Birmingham 1922 (Henry Matthews) and these were presumably made to replace original ones as they are in the same earlier style of glassware. There is a small bottle with a cayenne spoon attached to its stopper. Mustard spoon is silver plated.

Condition: Overall looks splendid but it does have a few repairs etc. The stand is absolutely gleaming silver with some slight ring marks. It has solder repairs to 3 of its upright bottle restrainers, one of the restrainers is broken at base but it doesn't affect functionality. Handle has a small hole to one side. Glassware has some chipping but still looks good on the table. One of the tall vinegar bottles has a spiral line to its inside of neck, possibly a crack but may well just be a scar from how it was made. One of the finals to pepper pot lid is missing/dented.

Identifying Marks: See photos - No makers marks to the stand itseld.

Size: 24cm (9.6 inch) Height

Unpacked Weight: 2250g/79.4oz avoirdupois

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