South African and International Art, Decorative Art

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Lot 364

A George IIIĀ  silver cruet set, maker's initials indistinct, London, 1806
the navette-shaped frame engraved with a foliate band enclosing two cartouches, one engraved with the initial ‘S’, raised on outswept scroll feet, with central carrying handle and division collar, fitted with four glass vinegar bottles, a glass caster, and two glass condiment bottles, each with silver collars engraved with the initial ‘S’, one glass castor lacking, one of the glass vinegar bottles with missing glass stopper, later wing nut, 2010g all in, 27cm high (8)

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Estimate: R 6 000 - 8 000 

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