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George III Silver

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

£1,350

$1,782 €1,575

George III Silver Woodcutter / Gamekeeper Vinaigrette Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1809 from Steppes Hill Farm Antiques Ltd

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

£1,050

$1,386 €1,225

George III Silver

This is a rare George III silver Vinaigrette of heart shape with reeded rims the top and bottom engraved with diaper work with a floral motif in the centre the

£1,400

$1,848 €1,633

George III Silver

A fine and rare George III silver Vinaigrette made in the form of a Sea Snail Shellwith attached suspension ring the top and sides with bright-cut engraved seaweed or amoeba

£2,500

$3,301 €2,917

George III Silver & Enamel Rotating Number Indicator Vinaigrette from Steppes Hill Farm Antiques Ltd

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

£1,350

$1,782 €1,575

Large George III Novelty Silver Barrel Nutmeg Grater Matthew Linwood from The Fancy Fox

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

£885

$1,168 €1,032

Excellent Georgian Solid Silver Caddy Spoon 1815 from The Silver Cabinet

This is a wonderful solid sterling silver 19th Century antique shovel-shaped caddy spoon from the reign of George IIIPlain in design with a beautifully curved fiddle pattern handle The hallmarks

ANTIQUE GEORGIAN SILVER GILDED VINAIGRETTE - 1810 from Wentworth Silver

A fine Georgian silver vinaigrette which is entirely gilded Made by Matthew Linwood it is clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1810It is in very good condition with no repairs The case