Welcome to William Sharpe Antiques. Here today for your consideration we have this superb Georgian sterling silver cruet set, made by Joseph Angell I of London, c-1828.This impressive set features nicely crafted silverwork with themes akin to the Kings pattern appearing throughout, as well as acanthus leaf and fruit motifs. The quality is superb, with very good silver gauge and construction.
Condition of the stand is good used, with some evidence of previous old repairs in places. Three of the bottles are presumed original, with one having original mustard spoon. Each of the bottles are damaged, with chips and losses evident (pepper pot lid being silver plated, unmarked). This is an extremely attractive four-bottle Georgian set that will grace any collection.
The cruet stands 16cm tall and measures 13.5cm square across the base. The stand will hold bottles with diameters of up to 4.5cm. Unpacked, the set weighs in at 1,131gms, with the sterling stand accounting for a generous 487gms of this. To see my other items!
If you would like to view this item or any other, please don't hesitate to contact me. Inspections are available seven days a week, with flexible timing. Sterling silver offered at William Sharpe Antiques is original and authentic, showing signs of use over its life. Unless expressly stated above, all pieces are free from major structural damage.
However, normal signs of use including shallow depressions, fine scratches, and minor pattern and hallmark wear should be expected. All pieces (unless expressly stated above) have undertaken a very light polish with respect to the original patina, and a decision for further polishing will be left to the new custodian.Please note that items listed (unless otherwise advertised) are antiques and are not brand new. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling".antiques" and is located in this country: AU.
This item can be shipped worldwide.