Edwardian silver Chester silver 5 piece cruet set made up of two salts, two pepperettes and a mustard.
Edwardian Chester Silver 5 Cruet set piece 1910
A lovely 5 Piece Chester silver cruet set by James Deakin. The mustard has its original blue glass liner as well as a gold wash to the interior and the two salts are both gilded with a deep coloured gold. The set was hallamrked in Chester in 1910 for James Deakin and Son.
There are 3 condiment spoons with it which all match one another but are from different makers and are probably not the originals.
The set comes in its original presentation case with blue velvet covered fittings and the lid is lined in blue silk. The box has some scratches but is still robust and will continue to protect the silver well.
The set weighs 170 grams with the mustard liner removed. The pepperettes are 10 cms high, the mustard is 7cms and the salts are 4.5 cms high.