An early 20th century Edwardian period cruet set with cut glass bottle and silver plated stand. It is marked for Frank Cobb and Co of Sheffield and dates pre 1911. It is a six bottle set, there are two shakers (with same piercings), three stoppered bottles, for oils, vinegar etc and a mustard pot (with spoon). The bottle are all original and feature fine diamond cutting. The stand has a scalloped petal shaped rim and a decoratively shaped handle. The underside of the tray has the makers marks, and marks for silver plate. It stands on four bun feet and the handle is attached using wing nuts, so can be removed for cleaning if required.
A surprisingly good example. There is some wear to the silver plate on the mustard lid, but otherwise the plating is largely intact. Normal light wear to the metal, some scuffing where the bottles stand of course. Spoon is from a different manufacturer so possible not original to the set. One of the shakers has had the collar re set, this is common as the plaster degrades over time and requires re fixing.
Height: 22 cm ( 8 5/8 inch ) stand including handle
Width: 24.5 cm ( 9 5/8 inch )
Weight: 1560 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 0680 AG17-1
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