Elegant Victorian condiment serving set comprising a matching pair of cut-glass bottles for oil and vinegar. Shaped like baluster pitchers, the bottles are cut with an attractive geometric pattern and have diamond-shaped stoppers. The bottles come with their original silver plated stand that is raised on ball feet and has a loop handle.
Made by the Barker Brothers, Birmingham, c. 1890’s. Barker Brothers were the predecessors to Barker Ellis.
Stand – 21 cm tall to handle, 19 x 9 cm
Bottles – 15.5 cm tall with stoppers, 7.5 cm across at widest point
Good antique condition. Some wear to silvering and few tiny dark marks commensurate with age and use; small internal chip to one stopper; deep surface scratch to one bottle and chip to the tip of the spout of the other bottle.