Georgian, George III, silver cruet stand and bottles. The stand is of navette shape with reeded decoration and standing on four bracket feet. The stem features a disc to hold the bottles in place and a loop carrying handle. The base to the cruet stand is wooden and there is a monogram to one side. The cruet stand contains four cut glass bottles, three of which would appear to be of very similar form and one with a slightly different cut glass pattern.
In good overall condition with some clouding of the silver and moderate to high surface wear commensurate with age. The loop part of the handle is slightly off centre. Minor chips to the bottles, but no major losses. The stopper with the scoop attached does not sit fully flush in its bottle, as per the photographs.
Hallmarked to the underside of the base and the stem for London 1819 by William Bennett. One of the bottles contains a silver scoop which is hallmarked for London 1866 by John Crane Salt.
Approximate dimensions are 18.5 cm height, 12 cm length and 9.5 cm depth.
Approximate total weight is 758 grams.