George III Sterling Silver Cruet Set, casters and stand marked London, 1773-74, "TD" probably for Thomas Daniel, silver mounts on glass cruets indistinct, all with laurel swags and neoclassical motifs throughout, glass cruets and stand with engraved monogram, stand ht. 11 3/4 in., approx. 62.1 troy oz. total weighable silver.
Casters (and lids) and stand all marked consistently as noted, rubbed marks to silver mounts on the cruet bottle are indistinct, but appear to be another maker (see images); though appear to be period, matching, and with same engraved monogram as stand. Each piece also bears French import marks. One joint between leg and stand re-soldered (very unobtrusive). One glass cruet with chipped loss to underside, each slightly cloudy at very bottom edge. Otherwise in good overall condition.
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