A GEORGE III SILVER CRUET STAND AND SEVEN ASSOCIATED SI...A GEORGE III SILVER CRUET STAND AND SEVEN ASSOCIATED SILVER MOUNTED GLASSWARES, EACH HALLMARKED, 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY, the sterling silver cruet stand with a reeded heptagon form handle, continuing as reeded arms to eleven joined and gadrooned rings, raised on reeded panel stems on a rounded rectangular base with matching trim over ball feet, verso silversmith Charles Chesterman II, hallmarks for London, assay sterling silver, 1789 date letter, George III, height: 8 3/4", width: 8 1/2", depth: 6", total approximate weight: 15.86 troy oz; together with seven sterling silver mounted matching cut glasswares, with various London hallmarks of George III and Victorian periods including one with George III Scottish silver hallmarks. (8 pieces) Provenance: Property from a Prominent River Oaks Estate Collection, Houston, Texas Property from a Prominent River Oaks Estate Collection, Houston, Texas
The silver cruet stand and other silver mounts have normal wear with tarnished areas, light scratches, dings, and a few small repairs. The matching cut glasswares are probably late 18th century, are in good shape with some expected light scratches and tiny edge nicks from use but overall are in good shape. Simpson Galleries strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Simpson Galleries regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Simpson Galleries. All lots offered are sold "AS IS.” NO REFUNDS will be issued based on condition.
GEORGE III SILVER CRUET SET BY SAMUEL WOODGeorge III Silver Cruet Set by Samuel Wood circa 1752, sterling silver five piece cruet set, stand on shell form feet, rocaille crest includes one large silver sugar caster, two smaller silver casters with matching gadroon shoulder and neck two cut glass bottles having sterling lids, each engraved with family crest having the lion passant mark, London leopards head crowned mark R touch mark for 1752, L.W. touch mark height 9 1/2 inches, 62.2 t.oz weighable Provenance: Estate of Dr. Vallo Benjamin E 57th St New York Condition: : very good, presents well, cruet holder has slight lean not noticeable, one of glass bottles with chip to interior under silver cap
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A George III silver cruet stand, John Edward Terrey, London 1818, with gadrooned oval ring handle and on an oblong base with paw feet, fitted two silver mounted cut glass jars and six cut glass bottles and stoppers, crested, 21cm high
GEORGE III SILVER CRUET STAND WITH EIGHT SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS BOTTLES AND TWO SPOONS JOHN SCHOFIELD, LONDON, 1797George III Silver Cruet Stand with Eight Silver Mounted Cut Glass Bottles and Two Spoons, John Schofield, London, 1797 The cruet stand of lozenge shape with scroll terminals and initialed B within a crested oval; fitted with two oil bottles, four vinegar bottles and two mustard pots; together with two associated mustard spoons, marked J*L and with date letter for 1812, initialed B; each piece fully marked. Chips and nicks to base and edge of glass bottles. Height of cruet stand: 10 in (25.4 cm); Length: 14-1/2 in (36.8 cm) Total weight of weighable silver: 31.8 ozProperty from the Demaris J. Williams Trust
A George III Silver Cruet Set
Thomas Pitts, London and William Sumner, London, Late 18th Century
the stand marked for Pitts; most service items marked for Sumner.
each item hallmarked for Sterling
Height of tray 4 1/4 x length over handles 14 1/2 inches.
An early George III silver cruet stand, R Peaston, London 1763, fitted for two bottles and with rings for the stoppers, the scroll handle engraved an armorial, on four shell feet, 14.5cm wide, approximately 473g weighable
A George III silver cruet stand, possibly Robert, David & Samuel Hennell, London circa 1802, with reeded loop handle and on an oval base with scroll feet, the eight silver mounted jars and bottles all Hennell 1800-1802, lids of two jars matched, 23cm high
GEORGE III SILVER CRUET SET, ROBERT HENNELL I English Sterling Silver & Cut Crystal Cruet Set, holder by silversmith Robert Hennell I, hallmarked for London, 1777, set on scrolled and shell form feet, pierced and beaded edge galleried side with central cartouche containing an engraved griffin, beaded edge holders for each bottle, heart shaped handle, includes four cut crystal stoppered bottles (not original to holder), 10 1/2" high, 8 1/4" x 5", 21.81 ozt (holder only).
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