Wed, 20th Oct 2021 10:00

Silver & Objects of Vertu

 
  Lot 29
 

A George III sterling silver vinaigrette, Birmingham 1814 by Thomas Simpson & Son

A George III sterling silver vinaigrette, Birmingham 1814 by Thomas Simpson & Son

Of rectangular form, the lid with engraved decoration of a vacant oval cartouche below a basket of grapes and vine, between panels of rose leaves. The underside with a panel of lattice work. The gilt interior with a hinged pieced grill with an encircled rosette flanked by leaves. Together with a George IV vinaigrette, Birmingham 1827 by Thomas Shaw, engraved with initials SS in cursive script, reserved within an oval of radiating lines edged with leaves, the gilt interior with a hinged pierced grill of foliate scrolls with a rosette. Each fully marked between lid and base, the grills with lion passant only. (2)

Longest – 3.6 cm / 1.45 inches

Weight – 29 grams / 0.93 ozt

Sold for £275

Includes Buyer's Premium


 

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