A Georgian, George III, silver eight bottle cruet stand with associated cut glass cruet bottles. The stand features ornate scrolled ends and bracket and ball feet. The frame sits above the stand on four column and claw feet with an ornate carrying handle. The centre of the stand is crested.
The cruet stand and frame are hallmarked for London 1798 by Paul Storr. Two of the bottles and the mustard are silver mounted and are hallmarked for London 1802 by IG or TG. Three bottles are silver mounted and hallmarked for London 1798 by William Abdy II. Two bottles are unmarked
The cruet stand and frame are in excellent order with very light surface wear commensurate with age. The silver mounts to the bottles have higher wear and there are some losses to the feet of the glass bottles.
Approximate silver weight of the stand and frame are 1.055 kilos or 33.9 troy ounces.
Approximate total weight of the stand with all bottles is 3 kilos.