Early Edwardian Silver Plate Cruet Set

Early Edwardian Silver Plate Cruet Set

80.00

This is a very well made and handsome cruet set from the turn of the 20th century.

Made in England from silver plate and cut glass, it is presented in very good condition.

The scalloped edged stand maintains its plating. Whilst the cut glass remains in almost perfect condition. There are two very small nibbles to the rim of one oil bottle. They are not easy to observe, rather needing a finger run across them to find them.

The toppers and lids have no chips or dents and sit well and secure in their bottles and pots.

A lovely set indeed that will stand proud on your dining table.

MAKER: Unknown

PLACE OF ORIGIN: England

DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1900-1915

MATERIALS: Silver Plate and Glass

PERIOD: Edwardian

CONDITION: Very Good

DIMENSIONS:

Height: 22 cm / 9 inches
Width: 16 cm / 6 inches
Weight: 1.1 kilograms / 2.4 pounds

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