Live Auction, 21 October 2013

Sold for

ZAR 10 539
Lot 277
  • A William IV silver castle-top vinaigrette of Newstead Abbey, Joseph Taylor & John Perry, Birmingham, 1836


Lot Estimate
ZAR 8 000 - 10 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 10 539

About this Item

A William IV silver castle-top vinaigrette of Newstead Abbey, Joseph Taylor & John Perry, Birmingham, 1836


rectangular, the hinged, cast cover with raised foliate borders, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a reserve engraved with 'C Stott Crewe', the gilt interior with pierced and engraved foliate grille, 33g, 4,6cm wide

Notes

Newstead Abbey was the ancestral home of the poet Lord Byron


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