DescriptionA WILLIAM BURWASH AND RICHARD SIBLEY GEORGE III SILVER AND CUT GLASS CRUET SET
William Burwash & Richard Sibley, London, England, circa 1808-1810
Marks: (lion passant), (leopard's head crowned), (duty mark), WB RS, N, O
12-1/2 x 13 x 10 inches (31.8 x 33.0 x 25.4 cm)
Property from the Collection of Wyatt Cephus and Mildred Sterling Hedrick
The cruet frame with loop handle, base with gadrooned border, raised on four claw feet and fitted with seven silver mounted cut glass bottles, comprising two ewers, two lidded bottles and three small ewers, each raised on a stepped circular foot.
The set missing a small ewer bottle, some nicks to cut glass, two small ewers missing cut glass stoppers, surface scratching to silver mounts and cruet frame.
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