London, South Kensington
4 December 2001
A George IV silver-gilt vinaigrette
MARK OF THOMAS PEMBERTON, BIRMINGHAM 1824
the base engine-turned, the sides with chased floral and foliate friezes, the cover engine-turned within a cast floral and foliate border, the grille pierced and with engraved scrollwork
and a William IV rectangular vinaigrette, the base and cover engine-turned within cast scrollwork borders, the grille pierced and engraved with flowerheads and scrollwork, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1837 -- 4cms.
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