London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A Victorian gilt-lined vinaigrette,
of shaped rectangular form, the base, sides and cover engine-turned, the grille pierced and engraved with flowers and scroll foliage, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1846 - 4.7 cms; and a Victorian gilt-lined rectangular vinaigrette, the base engraved with fruit within a scrollwork border, the cover engraved with initials, also within a scrollwork border, the grille pierced and engraved with flowers and scrollwork, Taylor and Perry, Birmingham, 1843 - 4.1 cms. (2)
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