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A George I toy silver Cruet.

A George I silver Cruet Frame, circa 1725, containing three casters [two small, one large], and two glass bottles for oil and vinegar with pull-off silver caps. Marked with maker’s mark and lion passant, by David Clayton. Engraved underneath with a 19th century inventory number ‘136’.
Very few of these fragile cruets survive. For a nearly identical cruet see the Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, M.254-1976.

SKU: O5613 Category:



There is a repair to the frame, as photographed, at the top of one leg. The two glass bottles are of different heights but appear to be original to the piece.


Height of whole: 7.30 cm.; Length – 9.20 cm.; Depth – 6.50 cm.; Weight of whole – 102.20 gms.

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