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English George II sterling silver cruet frame in the Rococo taste, with a shell and scroll cartouche shaped handle atop a baluster arm, an applied asymmetrical cartouche with engraved armorial crest, and four shell feet. Hallmarks on base for London, 1748-49, and maker's mark attributed to Jabez Daniel. Two 18th or 19th century panel cut glass bottles, each with unmarked silver finial topped caps and collars, and Georgian labels for "Ketchup" and "Tarragon" with marks for 1818-1819, maker's mark GK. 9"H x 8"W x 4"D, 16.45 oz troy. Provenance: Private Mt. Pleasant, TN collection, purchased from Forsythe's Antiques, Nashville 1994. Condition: Silver items in excellent condition; bottles have some scratching.