Silver Vinaigrettes

Used throughout the Georgian and Victorian eras by the upper classes, vinaigrettes are a product of a time which lacked hygiene and sanitation. They consisted of a hinged box which contained a sponge dipped in scented oil with a sweet aroma, and was used for smelling especially while travelling, as the streets and travelling companions would often smell. Steppes Hill Farm Antiques stocks a range of fine antique silver vinaigrettes for sale, with many sporting novelty designs or in particular those engraved or embossed with famous buildings or landmarks, known as “Castle Tops”. We would be glad to offer our expert advice on any of our antique collectibles, either online or in person.

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Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1807
Reserved
Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1808
£210.00
Thomas Willmore, Birmingham 1802
Reserved
Sampson Mordan & Co, London c1873
£1750.00
Gervase Wheeler & Co, Birmingham 1835
Reserved
Francis Clarke, Birmingham 1848
£490.00
William Ellerby, London 1826
£490.00
Archibald Douglas, London 1873
£850.00
Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1800
£2000.00
George Unite, Birmingham 1880
£1400.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1813
£850.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1809
£350.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1797
£1695.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1809
£2400.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1814
£1050.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1808
£1250.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1800
£175.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1814
£1050.00
William Pugh, Birmingham 1815
£225.00
Wheeler & Cronin, Birmingham 1845
£850.00
John Jago, London 1815
£450.00
Sampson Mordan & Co c1880
£1550.00
James Smith, Aberdeen c1800
£850.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1814
£1350.00
Francis Clarke, Birmingham 1841
£1850.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1807
£1350.00
David Pettifer, Birmingham 1856
£2500.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1805
£2500.00
Henry William Dee, London 1871
£1400.00
William Edwards, London 1823
£540.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1803
£1400.00
John Allen Iv & Joshua Butler I, London 1802
£395.00
Edward Smith, Birmingham 1847
£1500.00
Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1811
£1950.00
Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1829
£1750.00
Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1842
£850.00
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