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A fine antique silver Warwick cruet made in London in 1750/1 by Samuel Wood bearing the original family crest of William McDowall of St Kitts (Caribbean) and Castle Semple,Scotland) who was born in 1719 and died in 1784 having made a vast fortune in the West Indies in the sugar and rum trades.The cruet is in excellent condition and is a lovely useable size.The glass bottles are original and the casters and lids are well hallmarked in correct fashion.The stand is marked underneath as well as at the top of the handle.A very crisp cruet by the finest cruet and caster maker of the period Samuel Wood (1704-94)


22cms height x19cms width


38.5 Troy ozs

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