Regency Silver Cruet Set by Matthew Boulton Plate Co.

  • This 8-piece Regency silver and cut glass cruet set was crafted by the Matthew Boulton Plate Co.
  • It displays the artistry and high-quality craftsmanship associated with the Boulton name
  • Boulton was a famed English inventor and silversmith, known for his innovations in silverplating
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Item No. 31-3117

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This silver and cut glass cruet set by the Matthew Boulton Plate Co. displays all of the timeless elegance and style of the Regency period. Cradled within the stand are eight cut crystal bottles that were once filled with oil, vinegar, mustard and other condiments. They are all held in place on a footed silver platter adorned with a graceful, Rococo-inspired design.

The most renowned silversmith of Birmingham, Mathew Boulton was known largely as an esteemed English inventor and entrepreneur, particularly for his innovative achievements in silverplating and his close work with Scottish inventor James Watt, who famously invented the modern steam engine in the 1760s. Masterfully crafted, this cruet exemplifies the attention to detail and eye for design associated with the Boulton name.

Hallmarked Birmingham, 1830

9 3/4“ diameter x 8" high
Regency Silver Cruet Set by Matthew Boulton Plate Co.
Maker: Boulton, Matthew
Origin: England
Type: Cruets/Salts
Depth: 9.75 Inches
Width: 9.75 Inches
Height: 8.0 Inches
Style: Georgian

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