SOLD! for $960.00.
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- High Estimate: $700.00
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George III sterling silver cruet stand and salts with associated spoons. 1st item: Neoclassical sterling cruet stand, oval with pierced rosette design, central handle and four ball shaped feet, containing a set of 6 cut crystal bottles and a condiment pot, all with silver mounts. Stand hallmarked for George Smith and Thomas Hayter, London, sterling, 1799-1800. All bottles with sterling hallmarks, some with additional date letter for 1793 and/or maker's mark CF; lid of condiment pot is not marked. Contains 1 sterling egg or mustard spoon, hallmarked for London, Robert Rutland, 1814, engraved MHLL. Cruet stand – 8 1/2" H x 8" W x 6" D. Together with a pair of sterling silver salt cellars, each of circular, footed form with pad feet, marked for David and Robert Hennell, London, 1763 and with engraved monogram TMG; along with 2 assembled English sterling salt spoons with oval ends, both hallmarked for London, 1793 (Richard Crossley) and 1786 (maker's mark illegible). Salts – 1 2/3" H x 3" dia. CONDITION: All items overall excellent condition. There are a few scattered fleabites to cut glass bottles and one bottle has a minor 1/4" shallow flake to cut design on side. A couple of bottles have small flakes to underside which may have occurred in the making. Some minor denting to salts; one has wear to marks.