719
719
A Regency silver and cut-glass eight-bottle cruet, Edward Farrell, London, 1818
Estimate
7,00010,000
LOT SOLD. 8,750 USD
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719
A Regency silver and cut-glass eight-bottle cruet, Edward Farrell, London, 1818
Estimate
7,00010,000
LOT SOLD. 8,750 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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A Regency silver and cut-glass eight-bottle cruet, Edward Farrell, London, 1818
on three panel feet cast with Bacchic putti masks, matched on the supports for the frame, engraved in center with arms, supporters and motto, fitted with eight silver-capped cut-glass bottles with heraldic hippocamp finials
marked throughout, the six smaller bottle caps apparently unmarked
height 9 5/8 in.
24.5 cm
47 oz excluding glass
1462 g
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Catalogue Note

The arms are those of  Westenra, Barons Rossmore, for  Warner William Westenra, 2nd Baron, 1765- 1842, M. P. for Co. Monaghan, Lord Lieutenant 1831-42. The family seat Rossmore Castle was built in 1827 in Gothic taste, extended in 1858. Lord Rossmore and the Shirleys of Lough Fea competed for the largest room I n the county so that the drawing room was extended five times. The castle was demolished after World War II

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