Live Auction, 21 October 2013

Sold for

ZAR 3 748
Lot 267
  • A George III silver vinaigrette, Matthew Linwood, Birmingham, 1812


Lot Estimate
ZAR 2 000 - 3 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 3 748

About this Item

A George III silver vinaigrette, Matthew Linwood, Birmingham, 1812


rectangular, the hinged cover later engraved with 'L’amitié' on a central reserve between prick-work bands, the base with a rectangular prick-work border surrounding an elliptical vacant reserve with bright-cut engraved border, with gilt interior, the grille pierced with a heart against filigree scrollwork, 16,4g, 3cm wide; and a George IV silver vinaigrette, Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1828, rectangular, the hinged cover with a cast fruiting vine border surrounding a central panel with the initials ‘MAG’ amongst foliage, the concave sides with prick-work borders, the base with a bright-cut flower, the gilt interior with a pierced and engraved foliate grille, 13,8g, 3,2cm wide

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