Learn about Cruet and Condiment and Sets

A cruet also known as a caster, is a small container to hold condiments such as oil, vinegar, mustard, pepper. Its shape and adornments will depend on the specific condiment for which it is designed. For example a cruet for liquids may have a jug-like shape, while a cruet for a spice may be cylindrical with a lid and perhaps a small spoon for serving.

Cruets were made in silver, silver plate, ceramic and glass, and sometimes a combination of two materials, usually as a glass body with a silver or silver plated top.

The earliest cruets, from the beginning of the 18th century were known as "Warwick cruets" after a cruet set made by Anthony Nelme in 1715 for the Duke of Warwick, and include three elaborately decorated and shaped matching silver casters, usually with one unpierced, which held powdered mustard, and the other two for oil and vinegar, combined in a stand with a handle enabling it to be passed between dinner guests. more...

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An Austrian Art Nouveau silver cruet set by Bachruch, with repousse floral handle and cut crystal bottles on pierced stand with ball feet, hallmarked and stamped, total weight 718 grams (not including the bottles) 30 cm height and smaller (6)

A delightful Norwegian thirteen piece sterling silver 'Viking Ship' and cornucopia cruet set and other similar. Mid 20th century, Norway, with pineapple styled maker's marks for Theodor Olsens Eftf (Bergen); the accompanying spoons marked sterl

A pair of sterling silver and glass cruet bottles, 1923 Birmingham, with maker's marks for S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, elegant small conical cruet bottles with star burst bases and applied ring handles, with unadorned silver pourer mounts and flat h

A sterling silver cruet set, Sheffield 1896, mustard pot missing, 243g weight of stand

A George V sterling silver 7 piece cruet set by Atkins Brothers, Birmingham 1934, and a George V sterling silver pair of sauce boats by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1910, 14 cm long

A William IV silver cruet set. Six glass bottles on scrolled feet, each with a mask and a carrying handle. Maker a William IV silver cruet set. Six glass bottles on scrolled feet, each with a mask and a carrying handle. Maker: Edward, Edward junior, John &

A French silver cruet having two blue glass liners and spoons. 13 cm high

Sterling silver cruet stand with five bottles. Silver weight approx 728g & 30 cm high

A sterling silver harlequin cruet set of a pair of salts and a mustard pot with half fluted decoration with blue glass liners by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1896/1901and a pair of pierced pepper casters with blue glass liners, London 1906

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver cruet stand, hallmarked Sheffield, maker probably William Briggs. Wooden stand. Crack to upper rim of stand. Bottles as inspected. Height 34 cm

A Georgian sterling silver four-bottle cruet set, London 1820 Makers mark William Eaton. 20 high, cm

A George III sterling silver cruet stand, maker's mark Samuel wood / London, circa 1775, including six sterling silver mounted glass bottles with covers of varying design, housed within a stand of quatrefoil outline, with shell cast feet, 466grs total weig

A sterling silver mounted two bottle glass cruet, 1926 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Hutton & Sons Ltd, the conjoined elongated pear shaped vials crossed at angles, with spherical stoppers and sterling silver mounts with pouring lips; hallmark

A silver and glass two bottle cruet and a small silver mounted decanter, first quarter 20th century. Two conjoined lobed vials crossed at angles and decorated throughout with a fine horizontal rib design, with silver mounts marked 1922 Chester, maker Rober

Mappin & Webb sterling silver cruet set hallmarked Birmingham 1948, 101 grams approx,

Three sterling silver cruet items, 1900 London (salt) and 1919 Birmingham (salt), 1908 London (pot), various makers, two squared baluster pillar salts with pierced pagoda domes and finials, one with pad and shell feet, the other with lion's paw feet, and a

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII cruet set comprising two open salts with spoons & one lidded mustard pot with rope twish edging & blue glass liners. London, 1909, maker Hardy Bros. Condition good, minor wear. Height of mustard pot 9 cm. Weigh

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian five bottle cruet set having fine pierced foliate detail & beaded edging. London, 1874, maker George fox. Condition good, some small chips to the crystal. Height including bottle 16 cm. Weight 235g

Edwardian sterling silver cruet set with 6 bottles, hallmarked Sheffield 1907, weight 842g approx.

Crystal and sterling silver sugar shaker hallmarked London 1916, together with crystal and sterling cruet bottle hallmarked Birmingham 1875

A sterling silver four piece cruet, 1817 London, with maker's mark for Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, the cruet with reeded strap holders and a central ring form handle supported on fluted legs with lion's paw feet above a square form gadrooned base, the s

A Danish style, 3pcs silver cruet set, mid 20th century, comprising of open salt, pepper shaker, mustard pot and spoon pepper shaker height 11.5 cm. Total weight 213grams (tested)

A George III silver cruet stand, boat shape with foliate pierced walls, raised on four splay feet, mahogany inset base, with five various cut glass silver mounted jars and bottles, three absent, some repairs and losses, London 1795 by Edward Capper

A George III sterling silver and crystal cruet stand, London, 1791 the oval stand with pierced gallery, central loop handle, supported on four short feet, containing four crystal bottles, two silver mounted shakers and two silver mounted pots (11) 25 cm hi

An American sterling silver cruet set, boxed, Mauser Manufacturing Company, New York (25). An American sterling silver cruet set, boxed, Mauser Manufacturing Company, New York comprising twelve ovoid salts with silver lattice sides framing an oblong cartou

A suite of sterling silver castors, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Limited, London, 1906 (6). A suite of sterling silver castors, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Limited, London, 1906 comprising two sugar castors and four pepper castors, of plain

An eight piece sterling silver cruet set, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London, 1906 comprising four open salts and four lidded mustards of cauldron form, having an undulating rim surmounting a flaring pierced collar, the four lidded mustards with a

English hallmarked sterling silver George II Warwick type silver cruet with two oil bottles. London, 1755, maker Jabez Daniel. Height 20 cm. Weight 323g

Four piece hallmarked silver cruet set, the two with horn linings and a salt spoon Birmingham 1936

Two hallmarked silver cruet sets, Birmingham set and another.

Thai silver cruet set and eight coasters, two coasters. Width 15 cm, the six others. Width 11 cm, total 347grams approx. Provenance: Seale Family, Sydney

Sterling silver 4 piece cruet set by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1910 together with a mustard pot hallmarked Chester, 185g silver approx.

Art Deco sterling silver 3 piece cruet set by Elkington & Co, comprising of a pepperette, salt cellar & mustard pot (both with blue glass liners), hallmarked Birmingham 1931

Irish sterling silver cruet stand & three condiments Dublin 1770, maker I.C (John Craig)

A Victorian sterling silver four bottle cruet set in elaborate pierced floral stand with scroll handle and four scroll feet. Oil, vinegar, pepper, mustard. Garrards, London 1848. Height 20 cm

An early Victorian silver and crystal cruet set, the highly decorative stand with six crystal and silver topped bottles, the base on three decorative feet with embossed floral decoration to rim, the stand by Robert Gray & Sons, Glasgow 1849, the lid Sheffi

Continental silver cruet (stand only) 19th century with snake finial

Sterling silver cruet set, hallmarked Birmingham, maker Hardy Bros, comprising of a salt cellar with spoon, pepperette and mustard pot with spoon, 105 grams approx silver weight

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