Georgian, George III, silver cruet stand with six cut glass bottles. The cut glass bottles feature star cut bases and are diamond cut. The stand is supported on four bracket feet and each bottle holder has a pillar effect bracket holding it up. Four upright supports join together to form the looped handle.
No damage to the silver frame. The bottles and stoppers have chips and losses, but all are still usable and they display well. I think all of the bottles are original, although two of the stoppers are slightly different to the other four.
In one solid piece so only hallmarked in one place for London 1807 by John Emes.
Approximate weight of the glass and silver is 1.034 kilos or 33.2 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 16 cm length, 18 cm height and 13.5 cm depth.