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.

806 g
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.

ITEM ID
1175
TYPE
Holloware
COLOR
Clear, Colorless, Silver
CREATOR
Sheffield
STYLE
Victorian
ORIGIN
England • English
AGE
Late 19th Century
PURPOSE
Cruets, Tableware
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Rita's Bazaar Antiques

Victorian silver plated and cut-glass oil and vinegar pair

£140 GBP
~ $171


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