An early 19th century William IV sterling silver vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills.
The vinaigrette has a hinged lid, an interior with a finely pierced, engraved and gilded grille.
The exterior has applied embossed flowers and foliage to the rim and a centre cartouche with the initials A.R.
The vinaigrette has hall marks for Birmingham, the year 1836 and the maker’s mark for Nathaniel Mills.
The vinaigrette has had a silver metal chain added so that it can be hung around the neck.
The vinaigrette is in good condition, the hall marks are slightly rubbed. (Circa 1836)
Height 1.5cm (0.6 inches)
Width 3.7cm (1.5 inches)
Depth 2.5cm (1 inch)
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