A George III silver-gilt mounted moss agate and mother-of-pearl vinaigrette, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1809
oval, the hinged cover set with a moss agate stone, the base with a mother-of-pearl panel, the pierced and engraved floral grille with a rope-twist border, 4,9cm wide; and a George IV silver and agate vinaigrette, Thomas Fairbairn, Birmingham, 1824, rectangular, the hinged cover set with a conforming collet-set agate, with a floral border extending to the sides and ring attachment, the base engraved with a flowerhead surrounded by engraved, prick-work and engine-turned borders, with gilt interior and pierced and engraved foliate grille, 19,5g, 3,1cm wide
A George III silver vinaigrette, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1811
ZAR 1 500 - 2 000
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