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George II silver five-bottle 'Warwick' cruet set, 18th century, by Samuel Wood, with a set of 3 silver casters and 2 silver topped and faceted crystal oil and vinegar bottles, the frame raised on four shell-moulded feet and with an applied cartouche engraved with a bishop's armorial crest, stand and one small caster assayed London 1750, the other small caster 1743, the large caster 1748, weight of silver: 1041 grams, height of stand: 10 1/4in., 26cm. These types of cruet sets are called 'Warwick' after the cruet created by Anthony Nelme for the Duke of Warwick in 1715. 

Dimensions

26 cm. high

Stock number

U63