Estimated at £300 - £500
A George III silver eight-bottle cruet, of reeded oval bombe form, with gadrooned rim and lion paw feet, four bottles being silver topped, the bottles each with thumb-cut and hobnail banded decoration, maker Joseph Angell I, London 1819, w.20cm
One stopper badly chipped.
Two bottles with tiny chips to neck.
Large caster with heavy chips to foot and numerous nibbles to shoulder.
Mustard bottle with large chip to foot.
Two narrow bottles each with chip to foot, and silver top to one of these bottles with loss.
Top of stand with two splits and repairs.
All pieces appear original.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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