William IV Silver Gilt Castle-Top Vinaigrette - Newstead Abbey

NATHANIEL MILLS, BIRMINGHAM 1836
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A fine large William IV silver gilt Vinaigrette of bombe shape with engine turned base, the sides with raised chased scrolls and flower heads, the lid with inserted repousse plaque depicting Newstead Abbey (the home home of Lord Byron) in low relief within a cast foliate border, the silver gilt grille pierced with a flower head surrounded by scrolling fronds.

By Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1836

£1150.00

Condition
In good condition with no damage or repair, two minute dinks to the interior base.
Dimensions
H
14  mm (0.55 inches)
W
46  mm (1.81 inches)
D
32  mm (1.26 inches)
Weight
40.50 Grams (1.30 troy ounces)
Country
England
Stock Code
MSC126
Medium
Silver