London, South Kensington
15 May 2001
A GEORGE IV SILVER CRUET
MARK OF WILLIAM EATON, 1825
the oval section bombé stand with a wood base, raised on four anthemion and paw feet, with an central handle and guard for the six bottles, two with silver caps, one with an integral silver spoon, and with a non-matching oval salt dish.
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