American silverplate cruet holder attributed to Roswell Gleason & Sons, Dorchester, Massachusetts, third quarter 19th century, Magic Castor pattern, Gothic Revival form with slender convex doors decorated with fish and fowl, revolving mechanism opening to six concealed bottle compartments, base with caster; marked "Patent Applied For"; H15 1/2"
Provenance: Estate of Leon & Billie Goodall
Age typical darkening and wear to plating; doors with somje light bending to edges, overall scuffs and pinpoints to surface. Marked only "Patent Applied for" to top
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