A GEORGE III SILVER CRUET STAND by Robert Hennell I, London 1792, of everted oval form, with seven circular cruet apertures, engraved on one side with a lion passant supported by a crown, with motto, the other with an armorial crest, supports on four scrolling bracket feet, with a shaped carrying loop, containing seven panel cut glass silver mounted condiment bottles, all hallmarked, length of frame 30cm, height 17cm
Three of the bottles have chips and/or fleabites. One bottle seems to have slight clouding. The silver itself remains intact, minor surface scratches mainly to where the bottles sit. One caster looks to have split slightly. Otherwise, good condition.