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A fine George III silver-gilt vinaigrette with a rare inset goldstone lid, opens to reveal the very attractive faux filigree grille.
Great maker, top quality collector’s vinaigrette.
A very rare and wonderful George III silver Trafalgar commemorative vinaigrette hallmarked Birmingham 1815, the cushion shape box with lovely lattice decoration to the cover and Matthew Linwood’s hallmark floral ...
An extremely rare large George III silver Caddy Spoon, the bi-furcated Old English handle decorated with bluebell drop motifs and engraved with Victorian initials. The large shaped circular bowl in ...
A fine George III silver-gilt vinaigrette, pretty shaped outline with machine turned decoration and an applied border of vine leaves and grapes, opens to reveal the very attractive lattice-work grille. ...
A rare George III commemorative silver Vinaigrette of rounded rectangular form, the cover with bright-cut and prick-dot engraved decoration depicting a pear and an acorn, the base engraved with a ...
An extremely rare and fine quality George III silver Vinaigrette of rounded rectangular form, the cover engraved with the nursery rhyme character "Mary Mary Quite Contrary", a rose upheld in ...
A very rare George III silver Vinaigrette of plain rounded rectangular form, the base and sides with prick-dot engraved decoration, the lid engraved with a scene depicting a Woodcutter or ...
A rare George III silver Vinaigrette of circular form with reeded decoration, the top rotating to show enamel number indicators from one to twelve, the hinged lid opening to reveal ...
This is a lovely large Georgian antique silver nutmeg grater in the form of a coopered barrel. Hallmarked inside the lid and base for Birmingham 1810, maker Matthew Linwood.
This is a wonderful solid sterling silver 19th Century antique shovel-shaped caddy spoon, from the reign of George III.
Plain in design, with a beautifully curved fiddle pattern handle. The hallmarks ...
A fine Georgian silver vinaigrette which is entirely gilded. Made by Matthew Linwood it is clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1810.
It is in very good condition with no repairs. The case ...