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cruet

Christianity either of a pair of small containers for the wine and water used in the Eucharist
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Top price was pounds 520 for a silver cruet in the form of owls dated 1966 and a similar hammer for a Hester Bateman teapot at pounds 1,786.
These pieces include a cruet set, a milk jug, a sugar bowl and other colourful shapes.
Gourmets: They keep the ketchup in a cruet rather than on the plate.
SOCIAL climbers keep ketchup in a cruet rather than on the side of the plate.
Pagodas rising out from the green of the trees, like some exquisite cruet set in white, gold and blue.
Dean Jacob's introduces a Seven Piece Bread Dipping Set that includes a jar of 4 Bread Dipping Seasonings, Olive Oil, 4 Porcelain Saucers, and a Cruet.
You don't need to be a Dr Who nut or sci-fi buff to appreciate this pewter Dalek cruet set, pounds 106 from Purves & Purves.
Or if you are planning a hen party, the RSPCA can offer a ceramic cruet set, supplied with a matching tray, for pounds 9.
The Lemon Leaf pattern features teal and apricot on a complete dinnerware set that includes plates, serve-ware, cruet sets and espresso cups.
Don't be afraid to try to explain the offside law using a cruet set, two eggs cups and a tea cosy.
other fashion-forward tabletop pieces include cruet and condiment sets, a sugar/ creamer, salt/pepper, and more.