Victorian sterling silver cruet frame by Robert Garrard II, London, 1853.
A Spectacular cruet frame by Robert Garrard II - silversmith to the Queen and King of Great Britain. This magnificent piece has four etched cut crystal bottles - two for oil, and two for vinegar with faces, roses, and decorative patterns etched into the glass. All four bottles have the original corks with silver tops. The silver cruet frame itself also has roses, flowers, leaves, and figures creating a spectacular work of art. This glorious cruet frame is a Museum-worthy masterpiece.
Weight (without bottles): 1910 grams
Dimensions: 35cm - height to the top of the handle
22cm - length from the feet to opposite feet
18cm - width of the base where the bottles stand
24,5cm - height of the bottles (excluding the silver-topped corks)
Maker: Robert Garrard II