Matched Near Pair English Victorian Condiment Cruets - image 1 of 10

Near pair of Victorian, personal table cruets. Birmingham. Sterling .925. Dated 1853 and 1857. Probable maker William Neal. All cut crystal bottles with sterling caps. These cruets have four leaf clover shapes with foliate handles. They are simpler, smaller and a more personal use size than those of the Georgian era. Each sterling stand has four compartments for: one mustard with spoon, two casters (or one caster and another condiment jar) and an open salt. One salt has a blue liner.

Condition: One caster on one cruet stand has a half-inch chunk broken from the base. However, the chip has not broken through and the bottle is sealed and functional. Possible fleabites around some bases commensurate with age and use. Monogrammed, but not conspicuously.
Dimensions: Stand height 4 inches x 5 inches wide x 6 inches deep, including handle.
Weight:Together 3 pounds 3 ounces.

ITEM ID
112504J
TYPE
Holloware
COLOR
Colorless, Silver
STYLE
Victorian
ORIGIN
England • English
AGE
Mid 19th Century
PURPOSE
Cruets, Dinnerware, Mustard Ladles, Open Salts, Salt Spoons, Salts, Tableware, Utensils
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Matched Near Pair English Victorian Condiment Cruets

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