Silver and Glass Walnut Ketchup Condiment Bottle London 1824


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Heading : Silver and Glass Walnut Ketchup Condiment Bottle London
Date :
The silver label hallmarked in London 1824 for George Reid
Period :
George IV
Origin :
Colour :
Clear. good grey tone
Stopper :
Radial cut mushroom
Neck :
Prismatic cut terrace
Footed cylinder
Base :
24 pint radial cut
Glass Type : Lead.
Size :    16.5 cm to top of stopper. foot diameter 6.5cm
Condition : Some fritting to the spigot on the stopper. a flake chip on the underside of the foot
Restoration : None
Weight :  581 grams

The label is engraved Walnut Catsup. the antiquated spelling of ketchup. We benefit from a plentiful supply of Walnuts growing in the wild in Kent and Sussex and can attest that making this yourself is most gratifying. We made our last batch from mashed green walnuts. onion. cloves. cinamon. cayenne pepper. ginger. anchovies and a few dates boilded in pickling and cider vinegar. This makes Worcester sauce taste like glue and is excellent with beef and sausages.

If you do not have the inclination to find green walnuts then may we suggest that you try Hendersons relish made in Sheffield which is to Worcester Sauce what platinum is to brass.


Additional information

Weight750 g


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