The set consists of salt, pepper, mustard bottle and salt. The stand has three ball feet.
Each item is individually hallmarked. The stand bears an interesting royal family crest showing
a person in front of a royal crown. The text engraved under the crown is
"nec placida contenta quiete est" and belongs to ancient Roman poet Virgil. It means roughly
"not satisfied with comfortable rest". The hallmarks include lion passant for sterling
silver, leopard's head for London, UK, letter S for year 1893, CSH for well-known silversmith
Charles Stuart Harris.
The size of the set is about 4.5 x 4.5 inches, height: ~ 3.5 inches,
total weight of the set: 12.5 oz. Condition is very good, no damages, just normal wear and
Four-piece silver cruet set with royal family crest c. 1893