Antique Six Piece Condiment Set by James Dixon and Sons

Antique Six Piece Condiment Set by James Dixon and Sons


MAKER: James Dixon and Sons
ORIGIN: England (Sheffield)
MATERIALS: Silver Plate, Glass
PERIOD: Victorian
STYLE: Decorative
CONDITION: Excellent
HEIGHT: 15cm / 6" WIDTH: 16cm / 5" WEIGHT: 1.750kg / 62oz

This antique cruet set is a magnificent example of craftsmanship from the Victorian era. Made by esteemed silversmiths James Dixon and Sons. It has a maker's mark that denotes the set was made prior to 1881. We estimate between 1850-1875.

It comprises two oil bottles, two pepperettes, a cayenne bottle (a rare addition to many sets like this) and a mustard pot. The glass has been beautifully cut into a mix of lattice and oval shaped designs.

The stand is strong, balanced and includes an intricate design that surrounds the entire piece.

Offered to you in almost mint condition, the set has no chips, dents or scratches. It is a complete set with all its original components; stoppers, cayenne spoon, etc.

You will see in the photo that there is minor wear to the plating of the mustard pot but this does not detract from the set's beauty.

A truly beautiful item that would definitely sparkle at your dining table.

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