Good quality Victorian silver castle top vinaigrette Birmingham 1837 Nathaniel Mills


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This good quality Victorian silver castle top vinaigrette was made in Birmingham in 1837 by Nathaniel Mills and measures 1.5 inches in length by 1 inch wide and is 3/8 inches deep. The scene to the hinged lid is that of Newstead Abbey (Home of Lord Byron) which is still well defined and clear, to the back it is engine turned with a vacant oblong cartouche, the sides are also engrained turned and the interior is gilded, the grille having a lovely design with scrolling leaves and a flower. It is fully and clearly hallmarked inside the base, the lid and to the back of the grille with the makers mark, a lovely vinaigrette from a sought after makers in very good condition.

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