A VICTORIAN SILVER CRUET
Mark of John Edwards (III), London 1809
with plain circular base on three bracket feet and with wire frame with central handle, fitted with 6 later plain glass condiment bottles, 2 with silver rims and lift-off covers ( 2 spoons odd) 2 bottles with silver bracket handles (one with badly damaged foot (odd stoppers, chipped) a glass cayenne pepper with spoon and 3 plain bottles with button stoppers, all the silver mounts with matching hallmarks, dia. of base - 24cm. (9½ins.) weighable silver 32 ozs.