This is an exquisite cased antique English Edward VII sterling silver condiment cruet set with hallmarks for Birmingham 1909 and the maker’s mark of the renowned silversmith Horace Woodward & Co.
This elegant complete set is in superb condition and features a pair of hexagonal baluster form pepperettes, and a pair of open salts with a pair of lidded mustards all with their original cobalt blue glass liners and spoons, and each has a full set of hallmarks.
Add a touch of classical elegance to your next dining experience with this lovely set.
In excellent condition with clear hallmarks and no dings, dents or signs of repair. Please see photos for confirmation.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 8 x Width 33 x Depth 20 – Box
Weight 15.8 troy oz – Weighable silver
Dimensions in inches:
Height 3.1 x Width 13.0 x Depth 7.9 – Box
Weight 0.49 kg – Weighable silver
HORACE WOODWARD & CO LTD
The firm was established in mid 19th century by George Cartwright and Joseph Hirons under the style Cartwright & Hirons. In 1853 they were joined by Horace Woodward and the style changed to Cartwright, Hirons & Woodward. In 1859 the firm became Cartwright & Woodward and in 1865 the business was continued by Horace Woodward under the style Horace Woodward & Co. In 1893 the firm was converted into a limited liability company under the style Horace Woodward & Co Ltd. The firm used a figural trade mark (the shape of Atlas into a lozenge) registered in 1876.
The company was acquired by Adie Brothers Ltd in 1919.
Our reference: 09476