Vincent had risen to fetch the cruets from the credence table.
Of course, some of our silver is not quadruple plate—the salt-cellars and the cruets.
Artists, she said, did not sanction the appearance on table of salt-cellars or cruets.
Yerse, I'm shore they'll be as handy as anything for the cruets and what not.
His eyes fixed on the sideboard as if he were mesmerised by the cruets.
It's poor eating where the flavour o' the meat lies i' the cruets.
Mutton was in front of her, and there seemed to be nothing on the table cloth but cruets and three dusty and melancholic palms.
This was followed by the cruets, which he put down with the exclamation, "Perjured fiend!"
They also plundered a church of its ornaments and relics, among which were two cruets, a silver chalice, and an altar-cloth.
In the sacristy there is some antique silver—chalices, reliquaries, cruets and the like, and there are one or two good pictures.